Ronald Koeman's close friend Muhammad Salah claims that he wants to join Barcelona


According to Paul Sjaak Swart, who is close to Ronald Koeman, Muhammad Salah is keen to join Barcelona.


Queens, the manager of the newly appointed nine camps, wants to strengthen his team as Spanish companies are rebuilding after their humiliation in the Champions League last season.

And according to Dutch reports, Liverpool superstar Salah has been identified’ as their top attacking target.

Swart, who is set to make the Ajax record, has also claimed that the Egyptian star wants to move to La Liga Heavy Whites when he leaves Liverpool.

He told Dutch publication Voetbalzone.nl: "I know Quinn wants it - and I know he wants advice."

When asked where the information came from, Swart declined to share his source.

He added: "I can't. I'm not going into further details, but just believe me I know."

Meanwhile, Reds boss George Klopp has praised his star man.

Egypt International's 4-3 win over Leeds went to hat-trick Anfield, bringing their tally to 76 in 109 matches.

Ronald Koeman's close friend Mohamed Salah claims that he wants to join Barcelona


He has scored 50 goals in 63 home games, second only to Alan Shearer (47 47 appearances) and Liverpool have now won the last 35 league fixtures in which he played Wayne Rooney between September 2008 and February. Has surpassed the competition record. 2011

The 28-year-old's annual tally has been falling since his sparkling first campaign, when he scored 32 times in 36 appearances, but what matters most to Klopp's team is his all-round game.

Salah's Liverpool manager said: "First of all and congratulations to him. He is a special player.

"Numbers tell the story a little bit. Everyone else around you probably doesn't know about it.

"But it's a great example of that. He added three more goals to his scoring list, but the all-round performance in a game like this was phenomenal.

"He deserved 100 percent of the goals. There were two penalties, one was a thrilling finish, but he deserved it because he was constantly pushing, pushing, causing a lot of trouble for opponents. One-on-one situations played their football.

"Of course there have been a lot of good performances from the MO for us, but it was one of the best performances.

"He should be proud of it because getting that kind of number is so special. It could last a long time."


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