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Liverpool can't lose Suarez, Coutinho and Salah!

 
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MessagePosté le: Lun 21 Mai - 07:06 (2018)    Sujet du message: Liverpool can't lose Suarez, Coutinho and Salah! Répondre en citant

Liverpool can't lose Suarez, Coutinho and Salah!
 
sportsbet Former Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston told Omnisport it is vital the Premier League club keep hold of star forward Mohamed Salah. Liverpool great Craig Johnston said Jurgen Klopp's Reds cannot afford to lose goalscoring sensation Mohamed Salah amid links to Real Madrid. Salah has enjoyed a breathtaking maiden campaign, the former Roma forward endearing himself to the Anfield faithful with 44 goals in all competitions this season.

The Egyptian star scored a record 32 Premier League goals to scoop the Golden Boot, while he also claimed the PFA Players' Player of the Year, FWA Footballer of the Year and the Premier League Player of the Season. Salah's exploits, however, have not gone unnoticed with European champions Madrid – Liverpool's opponents in Saturday's Champions League final – reportedly interested in the 25-year-old.

Former Liverpool midfielder Johnston, who won five league titles, the European Cup, FA Cup, League Cup and Community Shield during his time on Merseyside between 1981-88, said it is vital the club keep hold of Salah, having already lost Luis Suarez to Barcelona in 2014 and Philippe Coutinho in January. "Liverpool have to keep Salah," the 57-year-old Australian said in an interview with Omnisport. sportsbet

"You can't lose Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho and then lose Mo Salah. "A lot of people in Liverpool are in love with that man, men and women, and kids and babies. We're all in love with him. If the love of our life gets dragged away to another family before we've seen them grow up properly, you get annoyed. "Salah cannot possibly leave Liverpool." Liverpool finished fourth in the Premier League this term, two points behind third-placed Tottenham but 25 points adrift of record-breaking champions Manchester City.

The Reds have already signed Naby Keita from German side RB Leipzig, while more arrivals are expected on Merseyside. And Johnston believes Liverpool – with the help of some new faces – will challenge for domestic honours in 2018-19. Johnston said: "I'm shocked and delighted to see them in the Champions League final and I'm delighted to see them fourth in the league – 100 per cent they're on track. "No one is leaving. This squad has to be bolstered because I think the Scouse community has had enough of people picking off our best players. Enough already. "We're on track and the train is moving forward. We have to win as many Champions Leagues as Real Madrid." sportsbet
 


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Scott Brown expects big season from Stuart Armstrong if he stays with Celtic

 
sbo666 Celtic midfielder Scott Brown has suggested to the Scottish Sun that Stuart Armstrong shouldn’t leave Parkhead this summer, with West Bromwich Albion said to be interested in him.According to the Daily Record, West Brom are keen to snap up Armstrong, as they feel he could improve their squad in the Championship.But Brown believes that leaving Celtic would be a risk for the attacking midfielder, as he has seen former teammates join an English side only to not feature regularly.

Indeed, the central midfielder claims that if Armstrong sticks with Celtic then he will break back into Brendan Rodgers’ plans.“It’s good for top quality players to be winning games and trophies and not being the forgotten man in England,” Brown said.“Stuart is a great man and a good character and if he sees it’s time to go then that’s for him. sbo666 But I’m sure he’ll have a good pre-season and he’ll start playing games.

“Some players go on to bigger things. Virgil van Dijk did well at Southampton then went to Liverpool for a record transfer fee.“But then there are players who stay here because they love winning trophies.”Armstrong’s form tailed off towards the back end of last season, when he was regularly left on the substitutes’ bench.

Armstrong started just six of Celtic’s last 19 league matches, although injury was part of the reason behind his lack of game-time.The 26-year-old still remains an important player for Rodgers’ side, but he is entering the final year of his contract, which leaves his future up in the air.When Armstrong was last linked with a move away from Celtic, the Bhoys wanted £10 million for the Scottish international sbo666 (Daily Mail).
 


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