Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is not interested in joining Real Madrid this Summer.
That is the claim being made in an article by Spanish newspaper Don Balon, in which they report that the Egypt international is happy working under manager Jurgen Klopp.
The twenty-five year old has become a key player under the German at Anfield and has already bagged thirty plus goals for the team since arriving at the club last Summer.
Klopp completed a deal for the attacker worth around £35m when he joined from Italian club AS Roma – who have since admitted that they sold Salah far too cheaply.
There is no way that the former Borussia Dortmund manager would be looking to let his new star move on after just one season and it sounds like Salah is on the same page as his boss.
It is being claimed that Salah still has memories from his spell at Stamford Bridge playing for Chelsea fresh in his mind and is feeling the benefits of being valued at Anfield.
Reports are claiming that he does not want to let go of that situation in order to become a part of the squad at the Bernabeu at the end of the season.
And that attitude would only endear him further to Liverpool supporters.