Liverpool ace Joe Gomez makes defiant transfer claim amid Mohamed Salah exit rumours

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Liverpool ace Joe Gomez makes defiant transfer claim amid Mohamed Salah exit rumours

Reports from Spain have demonstrated that Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Manchester United are for the most part enthusiastic about the Egyptian forward. 

Salah is Liverpool's assaulting charm having given 71 objectives and 29 aids 104 matches over all rivalries for the club in the course of the last two seasons. 

The 27-year-old scored a punishment inside only two minutes on Saturday as Liverpool beat Tottenham 2-0 in the Champions League last to win the challenge without precedent for a long time. 

A while later, Salah was gotten some information about his future however proclaimed to Spanish outlet AS: "I would prefer not to examine my future at this point." 

That was likely in light of basically needing to make the most of Liverpool's Champions League triumph, which came a year after they lost in the last of a similar challenge 3-1 to Real Madrid as Salah was constrained off through damage in the primary half. 

 

In any case, Spanish distributions trust that those remarks demonstrate Salah – who is under contract at Anfield until 2023 and on around £200,000 seven days – is thinking about an exit. 

Salah and individual goalscoring wide-man Sadio Mane are among those to be connected to Spain over the most recent couple of months with Mane saying of clear Real Madrid enthusiasm: "For me the most significant thing is Liverpool and I'm cheerful here. It's dependably a delight that this sort of group needs [you] yet remember Liverpool. They beat enormous groups." 

Be that as it may, Gomez demands neither the pair, or some other individuals from Jurgen Klopp's European Cup-winning squad, have plans on leaving Liverpool at any point in the near future. 

While the Merseyside outfit have always watched key players proceed onward with any semblance of Xabi Alonso, Javier Mascherano, Fernando Torres, Luis Suarez and Raheem Sterling having left looking for progress somewhere else over the most recent 10 years, Gomez says things are diverse at this point. 

"That is the primary concern," the English safeguard told journalists. 

"That is the thing that we as a whole know. We are here together to remain and I think the limits are boundless. 

"Who knows [what we can achieve]? We simply need to keep grounded, remain centered and continue doing what we are doing and ideally we can get some more. 

"I think we trust that [we can]. The supervisor said we are a group together, remaining along these lines, and that is the primary concern. 

"We have an establishment which will remain and just get more grounded so the entirety of our confidence in what we can do is at an unequaled high." 

Gomez was a late substitute last in Madrid at the end of the week however has just highlighted sparingly since December because of damage, having built up himself as Klopp's favored accomplice for Virgil van Dijk with a fantastic initial four months of the crusade. 

The protector conceded: "I've had some extreme occasions and it's a fight to return from it however I've never questioned myself and I never will. I think it is difficult to return from wounds however it is a piece of the game and occurs which is as it should be. 

"It is a gift to play for this club and I simply need to go once more. I am more inspired than any other time in recent memory and experiencing this is something which will drive me on next season. 

"This is a youthful group. We have an establishment which will remain and just get more grounded so the entirety of our faith in what we can do is at an untouched high."

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