Mohamed Salah opens up about his relationship with Liverpool FC duo
Mohamed Salah insists there's great solidarity between himself, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane
Mohamed Salah has insisted that there is great “solidarity” between himself, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane at Liverpool FC.
The trio are widely regarded as three of the top attacking talents in European football and they have been earning lots of praise for their solid performances for the Merseyside outfit in recent months.
Salah and his two attacking team-mates were the driving force behind Liverpool FC’s run to the Champions League final last season as they ended up losing to Real Madrid in the showpiece in May.
The trio have struck up a brilliant understanding on the pitch and Salah believes that the selfless nature of their games has helped them to shine for the Reds.
Speaking in an interview with French publication France Football, Salah said: “We are friends, we talk a lot.
“Generally, all three of us sit in the dressing room at the same place, right after the matches.
“There is a real solidarity between us because we do not care who will score the most or who scores first. ‘Everyone works to make sure the other succeeds. And as you can see, we all score.”
The trio will be expecting to start for Liverpool FC when the Reds return to Premier League action on Saturday with a home clash against Southampton.
The Merseyside outfit are currently joint top of the Premier League table as they bid to try and establish themselves as one of the main title contenders this season.
Last term, they finished fourth and without a trophy after their Champions League final defeat.