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Fabinho Insists Salah is Happy at Liverpool Amid Transfer Rumors

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The Liverpool midfielder has weighed in his opinion over rumors linking Mohamed Salah with a move away to Real Madrid.

The Egyptian winger has been linked with a summer move to Real Madrid. Salah, who is under contract at Liverpool until 2023, has recently refused to rule out a move to La Liga. While the forward has never said he isn’t happy at Anfield, there have been rumors suggesting otherwise.

WHAT HAS HAPPENED BETWEEN SALAH AND LIVERPOOL?

It was being said that Real Madrid have made Salah their top transfer target this summer transfer window. There were rumors that Salah was told he is not indispensable to Liverpool and could be sold “if the price is right”.

Simultaneously there were also talks about Liverpool eventually breaking up their front three, given their advancing years.

Adding fuel to fire, Salah hit the headlines in December for an interview in Spain where he hinted at a potential switch to La Liga in the near future.

Fabinho and Salah celebrate Salah's goal.

But now Fabinho has come forward and made it clear that Salah is happy at Liverpool.

“Big players will always have their names involved in rumors. “

“Salah plays for Liverpool, one of the biggest teams in the world. SoI think it’s normal to see his name linked to other teams, especially from different leagues.”

“Anyway, I see him very happy here and pleased with his performances this season’

“He’s very demanding with himself, he wants to be the best, he wants to help the team and works hard for it.”

– Fabinho told Sky Sports.

Salah has scored more than 100 goals since joining Liverpool from AS Roma four seasons ago. He is currently leading the golden boot race in the Premier League this season, notching 13 times in total. 

Salah celebrated after scoring

But he’ll hope to arrest Liverpool’s recent slide with a win in their table-topping showdown against Manchester United on Sunday. 

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