Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah insists he is happy at Anfield following claims from the former Manchester United player Gary Neville that he will depart the club.
The Egyptian star has lit up the English top-flight since his arrival at Liverpool from the Serie A heavyweights AS Roma for what has proven to be a bargain £37m transfer sum.
Salah – who was at the Reds’ league rivals Chelsea before joining Giallrossi – has occasionally been connected with a move to the likes of Real Madrid but Gary expressed his belief the 27-year-old forward will depart the club within 12 months.
Neville told The Debate: ‘Salah’s going to leave in the next 12 months, I can see it already.’
He [Jamie Carragher] knows, he won’t say it. He will [leave], I can absolutely guarantee it. ‘I can see it, you can feel it, you can smell it.’
However, Mohamed has moved to quash those claims, claiming he is happy on Merseyside.
Speaking to CNN, Egypt international said: ‘I’m happy at Liverpool ‘I’m happy in the city – I love the fans and they love me. ‘I’m happy at the club.’
Meanwhile, the promising Liverpool ace Bobby Duncan has reportedly appeared as a transfer target for Nordsjaelland.
In spite of being regarded as one of the top talents at Anfield, the 18-year-old is unlikely to gain any senior-team action with Liverpool this campaign.
According to the Daily Mail, Nordsjaelland have registered an interest in signing him, stating that they’ll provide him with senior action throughout the coming months.