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"Shock" Rumor: Salah To Barca?

A shock report has recommended that new Barcelona administrator Xavi Hernandez needs to sign Liverpool genius Mohamed Salah, who has still not marked another agreement in England.  

As per Spanish distribution El Nacional, the Egypt worldwide has showed up at the highest point of Xavi's exchange waitlist in his bid to revamp the LaLiga monsters. 

Salah is yet to submit his future to the Reds in the midst of tales he needs to be made one of the most generously compensated players in the Premier League. 

The 29-year-old's present arrangement at Liverpool lapses in 2023, with it being notable that the Merseyside club doesn't customarily hand enormous long haul arrangements to players approaching or in their thirties. 

While the facts could show that there is authentic interest in Salah from Barca, a move for him will probably rely upon the Blaugrana's monetary circumstance, with the club accepted to be in an enormous measure of obligation. 

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The winger has played with playing in LaLiga before, having wouldn't preclude featuring in the division recently, telling Marca: "Nobody realizes what will occur later on, so perhaps one day, yes." 

Salah has been in inconceivable structure for Jurgen Klopp's side so far this season, having added to a great 21 lights up in 15 matches across all contests. 

In spite of the fact that he could be controlled by Barcelona's monetary difficulties, Xavi seems, by all accounts, to be frantic to get his childhood club back to where he accepts they have a place. 

Dani Alves, 38, turned into his first marking since being named by the striving LaLiga goliaths, with the Brazilian set to formally start his second spell at the Camp Nou in January subsequent to being enrolled. 


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