- Mohamed Salah could be joining Barcelona this summer according to agent Sjaak Swart
- The agent is responsible for Donny van de Beek's move to Manchester United from Ajax
- Salah scored a hat-trick in Liverpool's Premier League opener against Leeds United
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Mohamed Salah has become a summer target for Barcelona according to theRonald Koeman's close pal and football agent Sjaak Swart.
Swart represents newly-signed Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek claimed that Salah wants to leave Anfield for the Camp Nou.
Telling website voetbalzone.nl Swart said: “I know Koeman wants him – and I know Salah would like to go.”
The agent was pressed to reveal the source of his information, Swart added: “I can't.
“I am not going into any more details, but just believe me that I know.”
Salah got off to a flying start with a hat-trick in their 4-3 win against Leeds United as Liverpool began their Premier League title defence on a shaky note.
The Reds dangerman scored two penalties including a brilliant goal to open his account for the 2020-21 season.
Salah has scored 97 goals in 154 appearances for the Reds and his record will be needed to help new Barcelona boss Koeman in bringing back the glory years at the Camp Nou.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mohamed Salah kicked his Premier League campaign with Liverpool a hat-trick against Leeds United and he has dedicated his goals to ill Egypt teammate Moamen Zakaria.
Zakaria was diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) - also known as motor neurone disease and will not play football again.
Salah scored two penalties in the Reds unconvincing 4-3 win against the newly-promoted side at Anfield while Virgil van Dijk was also on the scoresheet.
Legit.ng also reported that Liverpool got their Premier League title defence off to a winning note following their victory over newly-promoted side Leeds United at Anfield.
The Reds needed Mohamed Salah's late minute penalty to survive the scare of Marcelo Bielsa's men at the end of the encounter.
It took the defending champions just four minutes to open scoring from the penalty spot after Robin Koch handled the ball in his own 18-yard box.
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