Ramon Calederon the former Real Madrid president has made a claim that the Spanish giants are still interested in the signature of Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah.
The Egyptian who recently hit a fresh speculation regarding his future and hinting that he would be interested in joining either one of the Spanish Gaints, Real Madrid or Barcelona.
Salah have had yet another impressive campaign so far in front of goal for Liverpool, scoring 24 times in 36 matches so far this season, and is under contract at Anfield until the end of 2022-23. Salah leads the Premier League scoring charts this season with 17 goals, which is two more than next-best Bruno Fernandes.
Ramon Calderon, who served as Madrid president between 2006 and 2009, believes that Los Blancos is so interested in adding Mohammed Salah to their squad but might not be able to afford a move.
This is what he said;
"He is a great player and a goal scorer," Calderon told OnTime Sports. "He helped Liverpool by giving his best, but I don't think they will let him go.
"It is expected that, if they were to think about it, they would only let him go for a lot of money. Salah is wanted, of course, by Real Madrid, but Liverpool would ask for a lot of money and, if that deal were to be completed, it would be crucial.
"He is a great player with fantastic potential, and any club wishes to acquire such talents, but for Real Madrid I do not think they have the financial means to sign Salah."
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