Liverpool new boy Salah speaks about having a point to prove

Liverpool new boy Salah speaks about having a point to prove

Liverpool new boy Salah speaks about having a point to prove

Salah will become Liverpool's most-expensive signing in the club's history if the Egypt worldwide triggers €8m worth of clauses that were reportedly part of the Reds's deal with the Serie A giants.

"The way we play, you can't have any passengers", Milner said, as quoted by the club's official website.

The Mirror claim Liverpool also want to be in the mix and they have now made discreet indications they would like to talk to Monaco if the player expresses an interest in moving to the Premier League.

Liverpool will have likely been impressed in their scouting mission too, as Meyer scored for Germany in their 2-0 win over the Czech Republic.

But the 25-year-old, who scored 19 goals and laid on 12 assists for Roma in his most successful season last term, is determined to prove his worth after just 19 appearances in 18 months with the Blues.

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"His record in Italy has been outstanding and he possesses qualities that will enhance our team and squad".

The former Liverpool midfielder thinks Salah's revival in Serie A has done him a world of good, contributing towards his all round development as a player. "I have lots of experience in three clubs; I was at Chelsea, then Fiorentina and then Roma, I have good experience".

"His pace is incredible, he gives us more attacking threat and we are already strong in this area".

At current exchange rates, this would make him the second most expensive signing by Liverpool in British pounds after Andy Carroll, who cost 35 million pounds. He believes in what we are trying to do here at Liverpool and is extremely keen to be part of it.

"Mohamed Salah will excel at Liverpool next season and Reds supporters should be excited to see the Egyptian walk out at Anfield", Paul Ince told Sky Sports.

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