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Salah set to join Liverpool



Bob Bradley the former coach of the Egyptian National team has hinted that the Egyptian International player Mohamed Salah of Basel will move to Liverpool this month.

Bradley who has been named as head coach by Norwegian side Stabaek last Friday said that the Egyptian player will move this month to the English premier league side in his press conference.

Bradley left his job with Pharaohs after they failed to qualify for the Brazil 2014 World Cup when Egypt lost against Ghana in World Cup African play off.

”In Egypt there is a very good player and his name is Mohamed Salah. He moved to FC Basel last year and this month you will see him in the English premier league” Bradley said in his press conference.

English media reports meanwhile claim that Liverpool will sign the Egyptian player in this transfer window after long negotiations that started months ago..

In related events, FC Basel sporting director George Heitz has said they can’t talk about the Mohamed Salah deal “ I will not talk now , when we end all things I will so we all have to wait till then."



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