Zinedine Zidane Wants To Bring Mohamed Salah To Real Madrid

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It was only a matter of time before either Real Madrid or Barcelona were mentioned.

Salah has been a superb signing for Liverpool after a stellar campaign in the Serie A with Roma last season.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane on Friday praised the performance of Egypt's football star and Liverpool's Mohamed Salah on the sidelines of the press conference of the match against Gremio in the final of the Club World Cup.

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Salah became the first Premier League player to reach 20 goals in all competitions this season, with Philippe Coutinho, Dejan Lovren and Roberto Firmino also on target.

'There is only a short period of the season we have played so far, but already I have been asked if I am surprised by what he is doing. Here's what he said.

"Salah is a great player".

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He's been the most professional player I've seen all season. "It's not fair to ask those kind of questions". It looks like the fitness is there, I think that he's learning in the position that he's playing.

Mohamed Salah's pace has surely impressed Sadio Mane as the Senegalese claims that the Egypt worldwide is faster than him.

"He is still relatively young and you can see he is improving and I don't talk much about players not at this club, but he is someone who I rate a lot".

It's important to remember that just because Zidane has answered a direct question about Salah in a press conference, doesn't mean the player is on the verge of leaving Liverpool.

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He showed that at Roma, now at Liverpool, ' Zidane said.

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