Mohamed Salah has revealed the finer details of his personal life which directly contribute to his success on the pitch and the Egyptian has highlighted how winning trophies with the team drives him to more than individual success. The Egyptian winger’s current contract expires at the end of next season.
Mohamed Salah signed for Liverpool from Roma in the summer of 2017 for a reported £36.5m move up to £43m. The Egyptian has since become one of the most attacking players in football with his scintillating performances in domestic and European competitions.
The Liverpool winger has continued his prolific goalscoring form in the current campaign as he has already scored 20 league goals in 26 appearances. The Egypt international has helped his side be in the game to achieve a quadruple this season as he looks to guide his side through tricky encounters in domestic and European competitions.
Salah has won the Premier League Golden Boot twice and is favorite to win the individual award again this season. The Liverpool star has revealed some details about what drives him and what contributes to his success on the pitch.
“I’m very honest with myself. I sit down after every season, flat tracks on what to evolve. And I go after. I’m very honest with myself. During my holidays, I’m alone Facing the sea, alone, I write what I want to evolve. The more open and honest I am with myself, the better. I write a lot,” Salah told ESPN.
“I write about winning the Champions League again, the Premier League. It motivates me during the season. I see myself having a good season, I think, again, if you want individual trophies, you have to win them with the team. In “My first season here, I scored 44 goals, so if you conquer things with the team, you conquer the individual ones. I hope this season we will win big trophies for the individual to come automatically,” he added.
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