Liverpool legend angered as Mohamed Salah hint at Anfield exit once again

Mohamed Salah has been quoted over his future again but this time his remarks didn't went down well with Liverpool legend Steve Nicol

The Egyptian international sparked controversy back in December when he refused to rule out moves to either Barcelona or Real Madrid in the future during a wide-ranging interview with Spanish publication AS.

In January, Salah told Norwegian channel TV2 that his long-term future lies in Liverpool’s hands.

The 28-year-old’s latest declaration just days before
Jurgen Klopp's side face Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals - came earlier this week when he was quoted as telling another Spanish outlet Marca that he would like to play his club football in that country “one day.

Salah was also asked in the same interview if he saw himself leaving Liverpool soon and responded: "It's not up to me. We'll see what happens but I prefer not to talk about that now."

The winger’s comments have not gone down well with former Kop Idol Steve Nicol, who won four League Championships, three FA Cups and European Cup over a 468-game spell at Liverpool between 1981-95.

The Scot told ESPN: "First of all, I hate when players talk about their contract that way. They will tell you that they are open to it and then they will tell you that they are happy. How about you just say you are happy then?

"I don’t like it whatsoever, it makes no sense. It just puts more pressure on you and the club, maybe that’s what he is doing, maybe he is trying to force the club."

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