Published: Sat, April 21, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Salah wishes Roma luck for Champions semi-final against Liverpool

Salah wishes Roma luck for Champions semi-final against Liverpool

The former Chelsea, Fiorentina and Roma winger is favourite to pip Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne to the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award on Sunday, having been named in the organisation's divisional best XI of the season this week.

The 25-year-old Salah joined Liverpool from Serie A side Roma this past summer for a fee in the region of 42 million euros.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is embracing the challenge of trying to close the gap to Premier League champions Manchester City next season.

"It's not important how good City will be, it's about how we can get all the other points, plus the points we got so far again", he said. If he is in the right positions, he will score or not.

However, the Croatia global was pictured in full training with his team-mates on Thursday, suggesting that he could even be ready in time for the club's game against West Brom on Saturday. Just keep doing what we've been doing, keep working hard on the training field and keep putting that into games.

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"The only thing that is 100 per cent sure is Joel Matip will not be in the squad anymore, he will start pre-season with us, that's clear". They don't have a limit, they don't have a limit to spending and all that stuff so I don't know. "I can't forget what the team give me, the way we play, the way they support me inside and outside of the pitch". United is four points ahead, Tottenham is two points behind or whatever.

"West Brom were maybe lucky in a couple of situation against United but they deserved it".

"By Saturday afternoon we'll know how the game has gone".

"We lost in the FA Cup (to West Brom) - I don't need to remind anybody of that".

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