Salah Warns To Leave Liverpool If They Buy Israeli Player

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The star of Liverpool and the Egyptian national football team Mohamed Salah is ready to leave the English club if the Reds decide to buy the 26-year-old Israeli forward Red Bull Salzburg and the Israeli national team Mohanes Dabbur at the transfer market. This is the source of the channel i24News.

We have written about Mohamed Salah many times. The 25-year-old Egyptian is next to Harry Kane of Tottenham the biggest star of the Premier League. Liverpool striker is not only a huge business for the Reds, its value has also increased the most in the last six months, globally.

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The pro-Israel media reacted critically to Salah’s position, recalling that he had previously refused to shake hands with Israeli players from the Maccabi Tel Aviv club while still playing for the Swiss Basel. It is noteworthy that the position of Salah is in no way connected with nationalism and so-called anti-Semitism, since Moannes Dabbur is an Israeli player of Arab origin.

Mohamed Salah comes from very poor conditions and has remained down-to-earth despite billions of profits. But he has to be careful that he does not get dizzy from the sums. When he moved from Rome to England a year ago, he was worth 42 million euros. Meanwhile, he holds at 160 million euros. According to figures from the Swiss Statistics Institute (CIES), it is the player whose value has increased the most in the last six months.

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At the FIFA World Cup in Russia, Mohamed for religious reasons refused the prize given to the best player of the match, because among the founders of the trophy is the company that produces alcoholic beverages.

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