- Mo Salah stylishly confirms he might leave Liverpool for either Real Madrid or Barcelona
- The Egyptian refused to answer questions regarding his future at Anfield
- Salah seems ready to pursue fresh challange away from the Reds having won the EPL and the UCL titles with them
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Mohamed Salah has reportedly refused to rule out Liverpool exit this summer with Real Madrid interested in the Egyptian forward.
The 28-year-old has recently been linked with a move to join Barcelona or their rivals Los Blancos after claims that he is looking for a fresh challenge.
Salah joined the Reds from AS Roma in 2017 and has helped them ended their 30 years wait for the Premier League last campaign.
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The former Chelsea star was also instrumental to their Champions League triumph two seasons ago despite their failures in over a decade.
However, Liverpool's disappointing title defence and their struggles to make the top four this campaign has continued to spark the forward's exit rumours from Anfield.
Salah was said to have been frustrated at the start of this month following his substitution in the 62nd minute of their defeat to Chelsea.
Interestingly, with two more years left on his deal, the attacker has admitted the future 'is not up to him' as reported by SunSport quoting Marca.
When asked whether he sees himself at another club after four years at Liverpool, he said:
"It is not up to me. We'll see what happens but I prefer not to talk about this now."
And this will be interesting to the ears of the two Spanish giants after admitting he'd be open to playing in La Liga. Salah added:
"I hope I can play football for many, many years. Why not? Nobody knows what will happen in the future, so... Maybe one day."
The winger, who has scored 17 league goals this season, was also asked about his relationship with manager Jurgen Klopp. He bluntly answered back:
"It is a normal relationship between two professionals."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Mohamed Salah has continued to get football fans infuriated after being spotted diving again during Liverpool's 1-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Diogo Jota scored the only goal in the added minutes of the opening half after firing home from close range with his left foot.
Although the Egyptian was part of the build-up to the gaol, it was Sadio Mane who earned the credit for the assist as the Reds move to sixth on the Premier League table after 29 games.