Jamie Carragher compares Mohamed Salah’s ‘problem’ with Cristiano Ronaldo’s Man Utd saga – PodcastFilmReview
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Jamie Carragher is not stressed over the future of Mohamed Salah after the Liverpool star was linked with a relocation to Barcelona.
In an interview with Spanish paper AS, Salah described Barca and fellow La Liga heavyweights Real Madrid as “two leading clubs”, leading numerous to think he wants out of Anfield.
But comparing the situation to that of Cristiano Ronaldo’s when he left Manchester United for Madrid, Carragher described his belief that Salah will stay in Liverpool.
After a two-year chase, during which Ronaldo explained his intention to depart Old Trafford, United finally accepted an ₤ 80 million quote for the Portuguese.
However Carragher does not think that will take place with Salah.
Mohamed Salah has been related to a relocation away from Liverpool.
( Image: Getty Images).
” I don’t really think that’s an argument as much now as it was a couple of years ago,” he informed Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football.
” Even when Guy Utd were top pets and Ronaldo went to Real Madrid, it did still feel like a step up in some methods because Real Madrid is Real Madrid.
” I just believe the 2 Spanish giants now have actually fallen up until now.”.
Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United in 2009.
( Image: Action Images through Reuters).
And with Salah now 28, Carragher also believes his time to transfer to La Liga has passed.
” I think Salah has actually got 2 and a half years to go, I’m not really taking a look at it as excessive of a problem, since Real Madrid invested a great deal of money on Hazard at that age, 28, 29,” he stated.
” I think Salah is simply getting to that age now and I think if you wish to spend genuine huge cash on somebody you desire them to be 25, 26 to get that really value for them.
” I think if he did go, I do not see it, it would be huge cash for Liverpool however I think his time right now has actually sort of gone.”.