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REAL MADRID planning a big-time bid for SALAH

11.01.2018 14.01 by Claudio Colla  read 2350

While former teammate of his, Philippe Coutinho, has just left Liverpool and joined Barcelona FC, Egyptian international winger Mohamed Salah (25), according to latest news, is becoming more and more of a main target for Real Madrid, to be pursued next summer. Playing for Reds since last summer, and having so far delivered top-notch on the pitch, former Chelsea and AS Roma player, even if reluctantly put up for sale next summer, would leave on at least double the fee he's been traded on few months ago (42 million euros).

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