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“I wished I could play alongside him” – Ronaldinho showers praises on Liverpool superstar



"I wished I could play alongside him" - Ronaldinho showers praises on Liverpool superstar 1 Sportelo

“I wished I could play alongside him” – Ronaldinho showers praises on Liverpool superstar

Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has hailed Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah as one of the best footballers in the world, wishing he could’ve played alongside the Egyptian.

Since moving to Anfield from AS Roma in 2017, Salah has slowly and steadily become one of the most dependable and lethal forwards in the business.

He has featured in 253 games for the club, scoring 156 goals and providing 63 assists.

Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah scored his 150th Liverpool career goal against Norwich City. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

The Egypt international’s exploits have won him three Premier League Golden Boots and one Premier League Player of the Year award. In terms of team trophies, he has won one Premier League title, one Champions League trophy, and an FA Cup, amongst other honors.

Ronaldinho, who knows a thing or two about dominating the biggest sport on the planet, attended an event hosted by Egyptian Premier League outfit Eastern Company. There, he professed his admiration for the country’s biggest superstar, Salah.The 2002 World Cup winner said (via Kingfut):

“I wished I could play alongside Mohamed Salah. He is one of the best players in the world who I always like to watch.”

With Salah’s contract with Liverpool expiring in just over a year, the Brazilian advised Salah to prioritize happiness over everything in the future.Ronaldinho added:

“An advice to Salah regarding his future? The most important thing is for him to be happy, football is a source of happiness and it must be no matter what club he plays for in the future.

“He has to keep playing football in a way that makes him happy because there’s nothing better than playing football.”

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