Liverpool star Mohamed Salah reveals why he failed at Chelsea

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah reveals why he failed at Chelsea

Salah has 21 goals in the Premier League alone this season and having already broken numerous goalscoring records already, the Egyptian is on course to set a club record for most goals scored in a single league season.

When asked about the comments, Salah told Marca's Hugo Cerezo: "Why do you think they say these things?"

After a disappointing spell at Chelsea, Roma was where Salah got his career back on track.

Last weekend's brace against Tottenham took him over the 20-goal threshold in the Premier League, making him the quickest Reds player to reach that tally.

"Yes, there were other teams interested (last summer), but I honestly prefer not to name them", he added.

"I have loved the club since I was young and knew this was a team I wanted to play for", he said. "And I am now".

"Now I want to be in a good position in the Premier League and help my worldwide team to pass the first phase in the World Cup in Russian Federation".

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The Barcelona star has released an interview with TV8 in Spain where he spoke about his time at Barcelona so far, "I really want to score my first goal with Barcelona".

In response, he admitted: "Come on, I know I'm good!"

Salah went on to say that he wants to win the Golden Boot but he will just have to see what happens.

Mohamed Salah has revealed that he misses his former teammate and friend, Philippe Coutinho, after he switched to Barcelona.

The Egypt worldwide says that he is still missing the current Barcelona star but wishes him good luck at the Nou Camp.

"He was my friend, a very nice guy". Salah did it in 23 games, and the last Liverpool player to do it quicker in top-flight football was Fred Pagnam in 1915. I am very proud to play with one of my idols.

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