Mohamed Salah Hints That He Could Leave Liverpool
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has dropped the first hint of any Reds' player that his future could lie away from Anfield, following their title win.
However fans may have been brought back down to earth with Salah's revelation that he doesn't know what the future will bring, failing to rule out a move away from the club.
"I just want to enjoy today and enjoy the moment! No one knows the future and what will happen. Let's see what will happen," he told LA FM Colombia.
"But at the moment we win the Champions League, we win the Premier League, I'm happy.
"Let's see what will happen in the future, but I'm very happy to win and achieve those trophies."
Salah has been part of the incredible front three, with Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, that has seen Jurgen Klopp's side go from top four challengers to completely dominant title winners and European champions.
The Egyptian, won the Premier League top scorer award in his first two seasons back in England, has scored 19 goals in the league so far this season.
He's unlikely to defend his scoring trophy this season as Jamie Vardy is currently four goals clear with just one game left of the season.
However he is still likely to finish as the top scorer for Liverpool, with Mane two goals further back ahead of the Newcastle game on Sunday.
Klopp will be desperate to keep hold of his front three this summer, especially having missed out to Chelsea on the signing of Timo Werner, who the former Borussia Dortmund boss was initially interested in.
Mane has previously been linked with a move to both Real Madrid and Barcelona, and the two La Liga giants would be amongst the few clubs able to sign Salah.
The 28-year-old only 'only' cost an initial €42 million from Roma when the Reds signed him but he'd likely fetch a much bigger fee if he were to leave, especially after signing a five year deal just two years ago.
It remains to be seen if Salah would leave Liverpool this summer but his failure to rule out a move in the future will leave question marks hanging over next summer and beyond.