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Paul Ince backs Mohamed Salah to excel at Liverpool

26 Juin 2017

"The Guinea worldwide has emerged as a top target for Jurgen Klopp as he looks to beef up his midfield this summer - but the Reds could face a real battle to prise him from the Bundesliga", it says. "But with all their main rivals spending big money, they have to be ideal in the transfer market this summer or it will be another spectacular lost opportunity", Fowler stated in his column for the Mirror. "I am happy to be here and I really want to win something for this club".

It would also become the second-most expensive signing in the history of English football, the first being the £89 million Manchester United paid for Paul Pogba a year ago.

The wide-man nearly signed for Liverpool before a haggle with his then club Basel over the transfer fee allowed Chelsea to swoop in and complete an £11 million move.

The London Evening Standard report Salah said: "Even if I see myself playing very well in one thing, I try to improve to do it better and better".

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"But Mohamed Salah is a good start. He has pace to burn and looks to go in behind, which is what Liverpool need, and hopefully he'll work out to be a very good signing". "Now for the rest". I was watching the games previous year and everyone was giving 100 per cent to win something.

RB Leipzig have slapped a £70.4million price tag on the head of Naby Keita in another attempt to scare off Liverpool.

He had been close to joining Liverpool from Basel in January 2014, but instead opted to move to Chelsea. Liverpool haven't won the Premier League for a long time.

But The Guardian claim, despite Leipzig's public statements, Keita can be bought if an offer of £70m is made.

Paul Ince backs Mohamed Salah to excel at Liverpool