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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Salah is ready to substitute Bale at Real Madrid

Por Feco

Mohamed Salah has been chosen as Player of the Year by the PFA. One more achievement for a footballer who goes straight for the Golden Boot, getting to overcome Cristiano Ronaldo and Leo Messi. The international for Egypt is in a spectacular state of form and continues to merit to fill the place that Bale will leave at Real Madrid next summer.

Gareth Bale seems to be more out than inside Real Madrid. As El Bernabéu has advanced, after a very complicated season, the Welsh winger has decided to leave the white club next summer and Manchester United already keeps him a dorsal, his already famous '11'. The departure of the international Wales could trigger a domino effect and there are several players who would be interested in occupying the spot of Bale in the Santiago Bernabéu.

One of them would be Mohamed Salah, who has chained many important achievements over the past months, with which he presents his firm candidacy to become the next galactic of the merengue club. The Egyptian winger has become the soccer player of the moment. With the large number of top players playing in the Premier League, Salah has been chosen as number one in this course according to the PFA - English Professional Footballers Association.

Precisely this same award was achieved several years ago by Gareth Bale. In addition, Mo Salah is on his way to becoming a Golden Boot thanks to the 31 goals he has already scored in the Premier, thus outstripping Messi in two goals in the fight for this prestigious award.

During the last chapter of summer transfers, Salah changed Roma for Liverpool. The Reds had to spend 39 million euros to get the services of a player who has managed to become the revelation of the season in England. At 25, he will turn 26 next June, the international for Egypt has shown that he is ready to take the next step in his career, the definitive one to rise to the elite. His 41 goals and 13 assists in 2017/2018 are just a sample of how lethal he that can be in the vicinity of the rival area.

The player averages a goal every 89 minutes, something that makes clear his nose for goal, precisely something that has been missed at the house of Real Madrid at certain times of this season. Although many have argued that Hazard, and not Salah, is the man Real Madrid needs, there is no doubt the numbers of the Egyptian have conquered officials at the merengue club.