It was the summer’s first transfer rumor-turned-real-story-turned-never-ending-saga that seemed to refuse to cross the finish line, but it’s finally come to pass: Mohamed Salah is a Liverpool player. Salah’s move from Roma to Liverpool took so long to complete that the club’s poor social-media manager probably never wants to read the words “Announce Salah” for the rest of his/her life. The deal will cost Liverpool something in the neighborhood of $50 million — a new Liverpool club record — and completes the utterly terrifying attacking quartet Jurgen Klopp can’t wait to unleash on the Premier League come August — Salah on one side, Sadio Mane opposite, Philippe Coutinho in the middle, and Roberto Firmino at striker.
Liverpool Football club has completed the signing of Mohamed Salah from AS Roma. The 25-year-old agreed a long-term contract with the Reds on Thursday after completing a physical examination. He’ll officially become an LFC player on July 1, 2017. “I’m very excited to be here. I’m very happy, Salah told Liverpoolfc.com. “I will give 100 per cent and give everything for the club. I really want to win something for this club. “We have a great team and very good players. I was watching the games last year and everyone was giving 100 per cent to win something. “Everyone can see the coach gives everything. I hope to see that together we can give everything to win something for the club, for the supporters
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet is desperate for the Premier League club to take a step forward and win a trophy next season. Jurgen Klopp's men reached two finals in 2015-16 – losing the Europa League and EFL Cup deciders – but were unable to go on a similar run the following campaign. A fourth-place finish domestically gave Liverpool a Champions League return and Mignolet hopes that will allow his team to push on.