Marseille coach: Salah one of the best in the world

Marseille coach: Salah one of the best in the world
Marseille coach: Salah one of the best in the world

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Olympique de Marseille interim coach Nasser Larguet has labeled Liverpool star Mohamed Salah as one of the best players in the world at the time being, expressing his hopes to see him playing for Europe giants Bayern Munich.

A couple of months ago, Salah had talked about the possibility of leaving the Reds in the foreseeable future saying that ‘it’s all in the club’s hands’ in a recent interview with Spanish news outlet AS.

His statements have sparked rumours of a possible move to Real Madrid and Barcelona after calling the Spanish giants ‘top clubs’.

Now that the club is going through a rough patch, rumours regarding the Egyptian’s departure have increased despite him being in top form for the past weeks.

The Egyptian is the top scorer in the Premier League with 17 goals in 24 games.

“Salah is currently one of the best players in the world. I hope that he joins Bayern Munich because they got several stars that can help him,” Larguet told ON Time Sport.

“I love Liverpool a lot and I am sad for their recent poor results. I think that not signing players last summer have affected the team.”

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