Liverpool star Mohamed Salah doesn’t understand how long he will stay at Anfield however insists his future “is in the hands of the club”. The 28-year-old has actually blossomed into among the world’s finest gamers considering that joining the Reds in the summer season of 2017 from Roma.

Salah has actually scored 108 objectives in 172 games for Liverpool and has actually assisted Jurgen Klopp’s side win the Champions League and a first-ever Premier League title.

His success on Merseyside has, rather expectedly, resulted in speculation that Real Madrid or Barcelona could make an approach for the Egyptian star.

That appears a not likely situation in the imminent future – the La Liga giants have actually both taken a monetary hit due to the Covid-19 pandemic – but it’s one that could still play out in the years ahead.

And when asked whether he would one day think about a move to the Camp Nou or the Bernabeu, Salah was honest in his response.

” I think Madrid and Barcelona are two leading clubs,” he said in an interview with Spanish publication AS.

” Who understands what will happen in the future, but right now I am concentrated on winning the Premier League and the Champions League with Liverpool once again.”

Salah is contracted to Liverpool till the summer season of 2023, by which time he will be 31 years of ages.

It is little surprise then that the Reds are in no rush to tie their leading scorer this season to a brand-new long-lasting offer.

Yet while Salah is keen to break further records at Liverpool, he accepts the club will make the decision as to when he carries on.

” That’s a tough question,” Salah responded when asked for how long he will remain at Anfield.

” Today I can state that everything remains in the hands of the club. Of course, I want to break records here and, I duplicate, all the club records, but everything remains in the hands of the club.”

The Liverpool forward has actually remained in excellent form this term. He has struck 14 times in all competitors, 11 of which have actually been available in the Premier League.

He is currently the division’s top scorer alongside Tottenham star Son Heung-min and Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and Salah has his sights on claiming another Premier League golden boot.

He said: “I always try to score goals to assist the group win. And I have an excellent possibility of being the leading scorer for the 3rd time as he says.

” But the most crucial thing is to win an excellent prize with the team.

Salah included: “I would like to break all the club records, that would be great. But yeah, it’s like I said, the group precedes prior to any record.

” However breaking records and winning matches, that’s excellent too.”