Liverpool: a former Salah can’t take it anymore
Then all good shots against Manchester United (7-0), Mohamed Salah of Liverpool (30 years old, 26 matches and 11 goals in the Premier League during the season) then his crossings on Saturday, at the end of the day against Bournemouth (0-1), in particular missing and to the fine. Former Reds striker (1987-1989), John Aldridge considers Egypt as a failing executive and is even considering his departure this summer.
« After his goals against United, I was counting on Salah to lead the team for the rest of the season and consistently score 2 or 3 goals a week. We all know how good Salah has and still is. But it could be possible on Saturday and won’t need me to tell him. Taking his missed penalty out of the equation, he still put on a performance that lacked passion. I hate to write negative things about a player who is a Liverpool legend. But there may be a debate over whether selling Salah this summer and using that money to reinvest in the team may be an option That debate can wait until the end of the season By then Salah must lead Liverpool in as an executive, which he did not do Bournemouth », regretted the Irishman in a column for the Sunday World.