Former MU legend Gary Neville told Muhammad Salah that it would be better for him to leave Liverpool for Real Madrid.
Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville believes Liverpool striker Muhammad Salah should make a quick move with Real Madrid.
Salah was again phenomenal on Saturday in the Reds’ big win over Watford in the league (5-0). He signed his tenth achievement this season, and has found the net at least once in the last 8 league games.
Despite this brilliant performance by Pharaoh, Neville thinks the latter should have changed his mind: “I think Salah should try Real Madrid, the Bernabeu. I know Barcelona is not big at the moment. I think he must have it (Real period) on his resume at the end of his career. He did an amazing job at Liverpool. I feel he wants to go to Paris. “Saint-Germain, Real Madrid or Barcelona and I think he’s going to go in the end. But I could be wrong.”
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“The Premier League will be weaker if he leaves,” Neville continued in Sky Sports. If you look at (what did) Cristiano, David Beckham, Kylian Mabafa, it’s not just about money. There is a project and there is something they need to achieve in their career. They have to play in certain clubs. You have to go and try certain things. “
Neville therefore advises Salah to join Meranga. However, history shows that it is not always a good idea for a great striker to join Casa Blanca when he is good at Anfield. This is what Michael Owen experienced in 2004. For the former footballer, this move marked the beginning of a long career decline.