Elliott hopes Salah will stay with the Reds until he hangs up his boots.

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Harvey Elliott, a rising star of Liverpool, begs Mohamed Salah, a senior Egyptian star. Stay at Anfield until you stop playing. Because he wanted to learn kick songs. This top striker

Liverpool  midfielder Harvey Elliott says he wants Mohamed Salah to stay at Anfield until he retires from professional football. Because there’s nothing better. Learning from the best of this star After playing an important role in passing the ball to his teammates to score in the winning game. Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-1 in the English Premier League on Saturday, September 16.

Elliott hopes Salah will stay with the Reds until he hangs up his boots.

The 31-year-old star is a key target for Al-Ittihad, a team in the Saudi Pro League that is willing to spend up to 150 million pounds, or about 6,660 million baht, to show his style in the oil rich league. But the Reds and Jurgen Klopp, German boss Declare a clear position. The Egyptian national team striker is not for sale and the player is happy. So he reluctantly refused the offer.

However, the team from the Arabian region has not given up and will return to give chase. The Mummy offensive line again on the market in the second round of January to give the Red Machine time to find a new agent. Or it will be next summer. It is expected that the team of Merseyside Will be released due to the increasing age of the players and will use the money to buy a new, younger striker

 “ Mo is an incredible person. Both as a player and a man,   Elliott came out to praise the seniors on the team. “I pray he doesn’t move anywhere. Because I try to learn lessons from him and apply them to my playing. Hopefully he doesn’t leave and he stays here for the rest of his career. Learning from him is a dream come true.” 

The 20-year-old winger has started to get more opportunities from Klopp this สมัคร ufabet season, playing in all five games, albeit as a substitute. But he showed his form showing improvement. which in the latest match He was the one who hit the ball and ricocheted off the legs of   Hugo Bueno, the Wolves defender  turning the ball into his own goal. During injury time Unfortunately, he was not credited with the goal as the ball’s trajectory would have been more likely had it not been hit by the opponent.