Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Sports




Premier League

Mohammed Salah Links up With Former Liverpool Teammate in Delightful Dubai Meet Up

Mohammed Salah took some time to link up with his former teammate Gini Wijnaldum in Dubai The pair enjoyed a ‘date’ together and Salah shared the images on his social media At Liverpool, the two made 182 appearances together and won a number of trophies including the Premier League.

Liverpool ace Mohammed Salah as of late pleased fans subsequent to connecting up with his previous colleague Gini Wijnaldum in Dubai. Salah has been relaxing throughout the mid year break as he momentarily visited his local Egypt, however he is apparently prepared to dunk once more into football activity as he partook in a somewhat late unwinding in the Middle East.

The Egyptian took to Twitter to share to his 16.8 million devotees a fascinating picture of himself and Wijnaldum in Dubai with the subtitle "thinking back".

If the photo is anything to go by, the two seemed to be having a decent time as they were all smiles in what looked like a resort.

The pair burned through four fruitful years together at Liverpool, where they won the absolute most sought after bits of flatware in world football. Under Jurgen Klopp, the pair were essential in Liverpool's outcome in coming out on top for the Premier League championship, Champions League and Club World Cup.

Altogether, they showed up close by one another for Liverpool. Tragically, Wijnaldum faced the challenge to leave Anfield the previous summer, joining Paris Saint Germain when it seemed as though he would ultimately turn into a Barcelona player. His spell at PSG has anyway been disappointing regardless of figuring out how to highlight multiple times in the French first class. As a matter of fact, most recent reports demonstrate PSG would be available to selling the midfielder after only one season, with a Premier League return likely for the 31-year old.

Content created and supplied by: Tongsebastian (via Opera News )

Champions League Egyptian Liverpool Mohammed Salah Salah


Load app to read more comments