Egypt coach Cuper declares Salah among world's best

Egypt coach Cuper declares Salah among world's best

Egypt coach Cuper declares Salah among world's best

The Egypt worldwide has enjoyed a brilliant debut campaign at the Anfield outfit following a return of 28 goals in 30 games in the Premier League.

Salah has taken the Premier League by storm this season, making his £36.9million switch to Anfield from Roma previous year look like the bargain of the season.

Salah has been touted as a potential target for La Liga giants Real Madrid ahead of the summer transfer window.

He said: "Mohamed Salah would be foolish to leave Liverpool right now, he's in a place which is the ideal fit for him".

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is reportedly ready to reject interest from Real Madrid and will be offered a new deal worth £200,000 a week to stay at Anfield.

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Egypt will appear at the World Cup for the first time since 1990 after finishing top of Group E in CAF qualifying, and Cuper expects his team to make the most of Salah's presence at the finals in Russian Federation, where they will face Saudi Arabia, Uruguay and the hosts.

Salah is not looking to follow in Philippe Coutinho's footsteps and move to Spain. But I believe Salah should sit tight. Creeping up the table, and doing fantastically in the Champions League.

"I think it's a massive game for both teams". He must be enjoying his football, and he's at a club which have a very good team and manager, and will allow him to play exactly how he wants.

"Yes Salah's importance to us is like Messi's importance to Argentina but there is a whole team behind Salah helping him shine".

Before joining Liverpool last summer, Salah scored 15 goals in 31 appearances in his last season with AS Roman, and by all standards, he has beaten that personal record, with so much more expected before the season ends in May. "He's had a phenomenal season, but to be one of Anfield's best ever, you need to keep re-producing that form".

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