Liverpool star Mohamed Salah confirms plan over future in Premier League title message

Mohamed Salah has committed his future to Liverpool after helping them end 30 years of hurt. The Reds were crowned Premier League champions on Thursday night as Manchester City suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Salah’s former side Chelsea.

While the Egyptian was a small part of Jose Mourinho’s title-winning Blues side in 2015, it’s a completely different feeling for Salah this time around having contributed 17 goals towards Liverpool’s quest for glory.

It won’t be long until the summer transfer speculation begins but Salah has already brushed aside any worries that he could leave Anfield, giving supporters an extra reason to celebrate.

Posting a picture on Instagram with Dejan Lovren, Roberto Firmino, Alisson and Fabinho, Salah said: “Yes. It feels THAT good. I want to thank all our supporters watching us from all corners of the world. You made this possible for us and I hope we can keep bringing you the joy you deserve. Now they’re gonna believe us.”

Evidently Salah is hungry for more trophies and knows he is an integral part of Jurgen Klopp’s red juggernaut which is moving at a record-breaking trajectory.



Furthermore, the unique nature of this season following the coronavirus pandemic has given the Premier League champions a burning desire to do it all over again with their supporters there next time out.

Last June more than 750,000 fans lined the streets of the city centre to welcome Liverpool home following their Champions League final triumph in Madrid over Tottenham.

Similar plans for Liverpool’s title party had been drawn up earlier in the year before COVID-19 called a halt to proceedings.

That didn’t stop thousands of fans from breaking social distancing regulations to celebrate outside Anfield late on Thursday night but this year there will be no parade.


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Klopp insists there will be internal celebrations though after the players and staff enjoyed their crowning moment at a secret location on Merseyside.

“That you can’t celebrate in the way you’ve always dreamed of, that’s not nice. I totally understand it,” Klopp told Sky Germany.

“I feel the same way. I don’t want to celebrate alone in the stadium, then just drive home.

“It wasn’t probably the way you though you would celebrate the win but it cannot be changed now.

“So whichever celebration is possible we will do it as a team internally.”

There is still plenty to play for in Liverpool’s final seven matches of the season.

The Reds could still break records for the most points, most wins, most home wins and most away wins between now and the end of July.

Salah could still win his third successive Premier League golden boot since arriving back in England.

His goal against Crystal Palace on Wednesday night, which was his 17th of the campaign, put him within two of leader Jamie Vardy (19).

The forward will be licking his lips at the prospect of facing Aston Villa, Brighton and Burnley next month once the trip to Manchester City is out of the way

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