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Mo Salah's New Instagram Post Suggests He's Ready For Next Season

Ed Arnold

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Mo Salah's New Instagram Post Suggests He's Ready For Next Season

The Liverpool squad undoubtedly earned themselves a break from training after a successful 2021/22 campaign, winning both the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup.

Nonetheless, star forward Mo Salah looks to be in the best shape of his life ahead of the upcoming season. 

Liverpool's pre-season training is set to begin on the 4th of July at their AXA training centre, with Klopp eager to whip the players back into shape, moulding the team into a free flowing engine that could hopefully go the whole way next season.

It is clear to see that although the players have enjoyed their break from football, the Egyptian King, Mohammed Salah has not taken it too easy. 

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On his family holiday, he took to Instagram and shared a photo with his 51.6 million fans that flexes his sculpted physique.

Salah looks healthy and prepared to show the world once more why he is still one of the best footballers in the world right now.


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This 2022/23 season will come as an exciting new era for Liverpool fans, introducing the rising star, Darwin Nunez to the squad. This 22-year old Uruguayan forward took the footballing world by storm last season, bagging himself 34 goals in 41 games.

After many clubs sought to snap up Benfica’s young superstar, it was Liverpool who won the race, securing Nunez for a club record fee of £64 million, a price that has the potential to rise to £85 million after add ons. 

This new forward will have big boots to fill, with Liverpool set to lose the Senegalsese winger, Sadio Mane as he looks forward to a move to Bayern Munich.

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After many years at the club, Mane solidified himself as a fan favourite, helping the reds win it all.

Therefore, Nunez will be keen to immediately impress the fans when he makes his debut at Anfield. 

Nunez will wear the no.27 shirt this upcoming season and although they will wear the same colour, it could be Mohammed Salah that could be his biggest competition.

The two will quickly have to learn how to play together and share the limelight that they have both become accustomed to. 

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Although Salah is now 30 years old, he is definitely not showing any signs of physical disadvantage compared to Liverpool’s new young signing.



Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez, Liverpool

Ed Arnold
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