Liverpool's Mo Salah ignoring Real Madrid links, loving Premier League

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The 25-year-old arrived from Italy for a mere £34.5million (BBC), a modest fee in today's climate, and his return has led to be arguably the signing of the season by any Premier League side.

Liverpool are now third in the Premier League, 18 points behind runaway leaders Manchester City.

The Egypt global, who has been on fire under Jurgen Klopp this time out, has been linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer.

"I didn't play for Chelsea when I was here three years ago.

I'm happy scoring goals for the club I supported as a kid - that's all that matters". I went to Fiorentina and went to Roma, and did very well.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah says he likes La Liga's style of football, but does not want to comment on rumours linking him to Real Madrid as he is happy at Anfield.

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The Egyptian insisted that he doesn't hold a grudge against Mourinho, though some definitely would given the ability he has shown this season, and that the two have a "good" relationship. We didn't talk much, but it was OK. "I think I'm doing well".

Speaking to TalkSport, Carragher explained that he hopes his old club can hold on to their summer arrival for a few years yet, but conceded that when Barca or Real come calling, it is nearly impossible for any team to convince the wanted player to stay.

By the time he was finally sold in 2016, Mourinho had already been sacked, but Salah says there is no bad blood between the two.

Salah undoubtedly has the superstar factor needed to help teams win trophies, and if Mourinho had taken him to United, the gap could be much smaller between them and City.

"With Salah being Egyptian we have to make Liverpool his home".

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