Liverpool Legend makes Mohamed Salah admission and his new contract claim that will “make him angry”
Liverpool legend Graeme Souness has spoken about Mohamed Salah’s form and has made a contract claim
Ex-Liverpool legend, Graeme Souness has described why he wants to Mohamed Salah be “angry”
The Reds attacker has failed to score in each of his previous three Premier League games. His most recent goal came during last month’s loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Salah has still contributed to the goals despite not recording a goal. He was unfortunate not to score in the 9-0 thrashing of Bournemouth but contributed two assists in the victory over Newcastle United.
Souness has expressed concern for Salah’s form this term, noting, in particular, the defeat to Man United. The former Reds captain has explained why he wants to make Salah ‘angry’ in the hope of the forward getting more goals.
“I’m looking at Salah for Liverpool against Man Utd and in the first five minutes Martinez goes right through him,” Souness told Sky Sports. “The rest of the game, Mo Salah looked for Martinez and looked for where he was. I’ve not seen the same Mo Salah since.
“I just hope – and he’s signed the big contract he wanted – but at this level, if you knock off half a per cent or one per cent then you are not the same player.
“I hope this is not him getting semi into his armchair because he has signed a big contract.
“I’m saying that as a Liverpool supporter – hopefully, to make him angry and prove me wrong.”