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    Mohamed Salah’s agent Ramy Abbas hits out at #fakenews again over Liverpool transfer

    Mohamed Salah to Liverpool is ongoing…

    Will the Mohamed Salah to Liverpool transfer be resolved this week?

    Most likely. But there continue to be discussions between Roma and Liverpool over the sale of the Egyptian winger.

    For some time now, reports in Italy have suggested that Roma need to sell players before the end of the month to comply with FFP regulations.

    Mohamed Salah has two years left on his current contract at Roma and, as can be seen from the ongoing negotiations, will likely fetch a fee of around 40 million euros.

    Plenty of suggestions that Salah to Liverpool is done

    On Sunday, there were a slew of reports that Salah’s move to Liverpool was done after the Merseyside giants upped their offer.

    Adding to this feeling was the fact that a “friend” of Salah had posted a picture on Facebook with the Roma winger, wishing him luck at Liverpool.

    Salah Liverpool Facebook


    This picture has lead the agent of Mohamed Salah to come out on Twitter and rubbish this as a plausible reason why the deal is done.

    Ramy Abbas Tweeted: “It’s amazing what one fan picture, along with a stab-in-the-dark caption, will lead many to believe… #fakenews”.

    This is not the first time Ramy Abbas has rallied against #fakenews with regards to Liverpool’s pursuit of Salah.

    If Salah joins Liverpool…

    Salah came close to joining Liverpool in 2014 but chose Chelsea instead, when he left Basel. Since then he has impressed on a regular basis in Italy, first with Fiorentina, then with Roma.

    The Egyptian winger posted some seriously impressive statistics last season – bagging 15 goals and 18 assists in 31 Serie A matches.

    Were Salah to arrive at Anfield, there will be many Premier League defences worried about the combined pace of the Egyptian and Sadio Mane.

    In addition, Philippe Coutinho will likely play in a deeper role.

    Related: Mohamed Salah reveals Liverpool must stay patient.

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