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09 February 2018, 01:41 | Pamela Mathis
Salah out to pip Kane to Golden Boot
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah says he likes La Liga's style of football, but does not want to comment on rumours linking him to Real Madrid as he is happy at Anfield.
The Egypt global signed for the Reds from Roma in the summer transfer window and his first few months at Anfield have been nothing short of remarkable.
Salah was inspired by a number of players growing up, including current Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane, but Totti stood out for him and later lining up alongside him was a "dream". This year I'm scoring moregoals.
Salah was a key player during his time at Roma and he had a great role with the club in his last season, scoring 15 goals in 31 league appearances, according to BBC.
"I was not a good student [laughs]".
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Salah, who has graced the Premier League and Serie A in his career to date, was, however, prepared to admit that he is a fan of the Spanish top-flight.
"I don't know if it's up to me to say that, so maybe I'll let the fans say that", he told FourFourTwo. I wanted to go back to England and when I had the opportunity to come to Liverpool I was very happy.
The 25-year-old left Liverpool for Barcelona last month, in a deal believed to be worth in the region of £145 million, and many Reds fans were left devastated following the Brazilian's exit.
The Brazil worldwide was a fan favourite at Anfield, and he loved the club too. "When you come from Egypt to Europe, you don't speak the language, your family is in Egypt and travelling to see them is hard, but what was clear from the beginning was that I didn't want to come back except as a top player... or retired [laughs]". He looks like he's got goals in him every game; with speed and sharpness he has, he'll always cause defences a lot of problems. "He was my friend, a very nice guy", Salah said when asked about the Brazil ace. "I'm proud to have played by his side".
As far as his other immediate ambitions are concerned, Salah said, "I want to be in a good position in the Premier League and help my global team to pass the first phase in the World Cup in Russian Federation".
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