£36million-man claims signing for Liverpool is an age-long dream move

Vincent De Villiers
Agosto 13, 2017

The Egypt worldwide moved to Liverpool in a club-record £39m deal from Serie A giants AS Roma in June.

Former Liverpool captain Redknapp warned that Salah will struggle to unlock defences like Coutinho should the Brazilian leave Anfield this summer.

Instead, the winger is focused on making a successful transition back to English football after two seasons with Roma, in which time he believes his all round game has improved.

Liverpool's record signing Mohamed Salah has revealed that he used to play as the Reds on his PlayStation as a child.

"I'm always looking for where I can improve myself so here، because of the city، because of the fans، you can feel the emotions and everyone wants to win something".

Speaking to Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday, Salah claimed, "It is a great club. It was a dream for me when I was young to play here one day", the former Roma star admitted.

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"When I had the chance to come, I was thinking about whether I should stay in Rome or move here but because when I was young, it was a dream to me, I took the decision to come back".

"I would play as Liverpool on the PlayStation so I am happy to be here now". I was playing with a team like Steven Gerrard، Sami Hyypia and Jamie Carragher.

However, the 25-year-old has insisted he is now a much-improved player and expects to impress at Anfield.

"I liked the team and the way they were playing".

Salah has a lot of critics to prove wrong, and if he can help the Merseysiders to the Premier League title this season, his dream move would turn out a fairytale.

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