Paul Ince sends Liverpool FC challenge to Mohamed Salah
The Liverpool FC legend tells Mohamed Salah to remain at Anfield despite the lure of a big-money move
Paul Ince has urged Liverpool FC star Mohamed Salah to resist the temptation to move in the 2018 summer transfer window.
The Reds signed the Egypt international in a £39m deal from Serie A giants AS Roma last summer to bolster their attacking options.
Liverpool FC signed Salah despite his difficult spell at Chelsea FC in 2014 before his move to Serie A.
Salah hit the ground running in the Premier League and finished the season with 32 top flight goals to finish ahead of Harry Kane in the goal-scoring charts.
The 25-year-old won the PFA player of the year award after the former Fiorentina forward finished with a record tally in the Premier League.
The Merseyside outfit relied upon Salah’s heroics in the Champions League to reach the final after he scored 10 times in the group stage and knockout phase.
Salah has been linked with a potential move to La Liga giants Real Madrid in recent months but the Egypt international has reaffirmed his commitment to the Reds despite the speculation.
Former Liverpool FC captain Ince doesn’t believe Salah should leave the Anfield outfit and challenge himself to score another 30 goals next term.
“What’s more, I know fans will be worried about losing Salah. But I believe Anfield was the place where he reinvented himself this season, and Salah owes Liverpool as much, if not more, then they owe him,” Ince told Paddy Power.
“He should challenge himself to bag another 30 or 40 goals next season, before considering moving on to somewhere else.”
Liverpool FC finished in fourth place in the Premier League table.