But Liverpool, who lost Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January, are adamant that Salah is critical to everything they are trying to achieve and there is no figure that would persuade them to let a player whom they signed for £39.6million leave.
"He's got the goals, I don't see why he couldn't win it".
With Real Madrid talisman Ronaldo having just one more goal in all competitions with 37 and Messi now boasting 35 goals in all competitions, Salah is producing similar figures to the two players who have dominated the sport for the last decade.
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As Salah smashed in another four Premier League goals in Liverpool's 5-0 win against Watford on Saturday, this remarkable Egyptian superstar cemented his status as one of the most wanted men in world football.
The Liverpool midfielder has yet to agree a new deal at Anfield with his current contract set to expire in the summer.
"All you can hope is that Salah has a different mentality to the players who left Anfield in years gone by, yet you wonder whether anyone in that Liverpool squad has big loyalty to a club that they have no emotional connection with".
"Losing Salah would be a much bigger loss than losing Coutinho".
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"There are other players out there that have proved themselves over two or three years who might be closer to going to those types of clubs". Therefore, I do not want to exclude anything because I do not know what I will do from the summer.
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