The coach of Real Madrid was questioned about the possible arrival of the Egyptian star in his club.
Zinedine Zidane has raised the rumors linking Mohamed Salah to Real Madrid ahead of their Champions League quarter-final opposition to Liverpool.
Salah made headlines last week after admitting he would be set to play in Spain in the near future
The Reds forward is therefore again tipped to join the Santiago Bernabeu this summer, but Zidane refused to enter the debate for the 28-year-old when asked about it during a press conference. pre-game. When asked if he would like to coach Salah, the Madrid manager told reporters: “He is not my player. I have 25 players here, at the moment I am a coach of Real Madrid and I enjoy every day of the moment.”
Salah first fueled speculation about his personal future in an interview with Spanish publication AS last December, strongly suggesting he could leave Anfield for La Liga management. “I think Madrid and Barcelona are two great clubs. Who knows what will happen in the future”, did he declare.
Salah joined Liverpool for an initial € 40million from AS Roma in the summer of 2017. The Egyptian has since scored 120 goals in 193 games for the Reds, helping them win the Premier League and the Champions League.
Salah still has many years ahead of him at the highest level, and his current contract at Anfield which is only due to expire in 2023. It is rumored that Liverpool would be ready to demand more than € 100m to part ways with the Pharaoh. In the meantime, the Merseysiders hope above all that their goleador can shine in the Spanish capital by scoring against the Castilians.