Liverpool told why Salah must not be sold – even if £130million offer comes in

Liverpool have been told they cannot sell Mohamed Salah under any circumstances.

The Reds are in the midst of one of their greatest ever seasons, with the Premier League almost certainly won and the Champions League in their sights.

After their win over West Ham, it has put them within touching distance of securing the title.

One of the stars was Salah, who netted the equaliser before Sadio Mane scored the winner in a 3-2 victory.

And the Egypt international has been a large part of Liverpool's success over the last couple of years.

The former Chelsea star joined in 2017 from Roma for around £40m.

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Salah has scored 68 goals in 97 appearances, getting 24 assists in the process as well and Stan Collymore reckons the Reds cannot lose him no matter what.

He said: "Since he has signed, we are talking the most goals and assists. Salah gets a lot of assists. Look who is at the top: Lionel Messi.

"The thing I love most about Mo Salah is that he is never injured.

"He is there week in, week out. 97 appearances out of 102.

"If I am a manager, I know I've got a player that is there week in, week out and delivers.

"I spoke about the five or six world class players that Liverpool have.

"If you looked at Liverpool's front three and again said to Liverpool supporters, would you rather Mane go, Firmino or Salah?

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"Everyone I speak to says Salah. But then you look at those numbers.

"Liverpool need an attacking player to come in because Salah is going to go the Olympics after the African Nations Cup, Mane is the same and bringing on Origi in Madrid for the European champions is not good enough.

"But no way in the world should they ever think about moving him on."

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