Many sports analysts fear that Liverpool could lose Mohamed Salah to the Spanish giants, if the Egyptian winger maintains his incredible level of form. Yet his one season bonanza may not be enough to bet on Mohamed Salah to leave Liverpool when the summer transfer window opens.
According to online sportsbook sites in the UK Mohamed Salah’s stunning performance – which have produced 41 goals already this season in all competitions – has earned him interests by Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Paris Saint-Germain. However no club has made a serious move to bring him in next summer. Our recommendation is to not rush and bet on Mohamed Salah to leave Liverpool, at least not yet. He could stay for another year with the Reds, before thinking to move to one of the clubs that can earn him trophies at the European level.
Why is Salah in the spotlight already?
(source: Egypt Independent)
The 25-year-old Mo Salah has exceeded all the expectations scoring 28 goals in 32 league appearances for the Reds. He is leading the Premier League top scorers, moving four goals clear of Tottenham’s frontman Harry Kane. He is now the number one contender for 2017/18 Premier’s Golden Boot, and the PFA Player of the Year Award.
When the Egyptian winger moved from Roma to Liverpool last summer in a £36 million deal, he was almost unknown to the worldwide online sportsbook news. He was certainly not among the superstars that World Cup fans are impatiently waiting to see in Russia. Yet in less than a year he made everybody to be eager for Egypt’s first match against Uruguay in group A, or shall we say eager to see Mo Salah going head-to-head against Luis Suarez.
How much Salah would Cost?
Although his price was only £36 million last summer, his 28-goal Premier League tally has seen his value skyrocket. The five-year Anfeild contract of Mohamed Salah does not contain a release clause yet, but online gambling news in the UK suspect his value to be similar to Philippe Coutinho when he left Liverpool on a £146 million deal to Barcelona in last January. The both Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, and Ligue 1 leaders PSG can comfortably pay the £150 million if Salah is on sale. So, why is it not recommended to bet on Mohamed Salah to leave Liverpool in the summer?
Do not bet on Mohamed Salah to leave Liverpool
Although many people started to compare him to Messi, as both players are left-footed and they have similar scampering run, Messi has been the legend over the last 10 to 12 years, while Salah needs more than just one season to write history. Therefore European top class clubs will not come for him yet, and they will probably wait for another season to see if he can maintain such high class performance on a longer run.
If you wish to bet on Salah’s club next season, we recommend visiting Unibet Sportsbook, where his current club sits on top of the odds. The odds for Salah to stay at Liverpool are (1.03), while for him to move to Real Madrid the odds are (9.00). Barcelona are third placed on the list with odds at (21.00), whereas PSG sit on the bottom with (31.00) odds, probably because they lost half a billion last summer.