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Liverpool want Mohamed Salah

13 May 2017

An apparent setback in Liverpool's pursuit of Bayer Leverkusen winger Julian Brandt has sparked rumours suggesting the Reds are now keeping an eye on new targets.

Manager Jurgen Klopp wants a pacy forward who can alternate between the wing and central position to offer a goal threat and complement Sadio Mane.

"If you make the move, there is no guarantee that you'll play".

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"I believe that it's important that I get a lot of games next season, and that is a given here at Leverkusen".

Liverpool are ready to step up their interest in Roma winger Mohamed Salah, according to the Mail Online.

The Reds have been long-term admirers of the Egypt worldwide, who can operate across the forward line as well as an attacking midfielder.

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Salah was a target for Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers but they were beaten to the deal by Chelsea who bought him from Basel for £11million in January 2014.

It was a personal phone call from Jose Mourinho that persuaded the attacker to join Chelsea, a spell which was unsuccessful for both parties involved, forcing Chelsea to loan out the player to Fiorentina and Roma, the latter becoming a permanent move a year ago.

Salah has reinvented himself at Roma and has enjoyed a productive 2016/2017 campaign, scoring 13 goals and registering 10 assists so far this season.

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The report goes on to claim that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is a more likely addition at present, with Liverpool ready to pay £20million to land the versatile England man.

Liverpool want Mohamed Salah