Liverpool ace, Mohamed Salah, has ruled out any opportunity of leaving the club this season, amid interests from Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Salah said he remains focused on performing for Liverpool, despite admitting that Real Madrid and Barcelona are’ top clubs’.
The 28-year-old, who has drawn the interest of the La Liga clubs within the past, has been in fine form for Jurgen Klopp’s side this season.
Salah’s current contract at Liverpool will expire in 2023.
The Egyptian international has netted 13 goals and registered three assists in 13 Premier League games for the Reds thus far, following his brace in Liverpool’s 7-0 convert Crystal Palace over the weekend.
Speaking about his future at Liverpool amid interests from Real Madrid and Barcelona, Salah told AS: “I think Madrid and Barcelona are two top clubs.
“Who knows what is going to happen within the future, but immediately I’m focused on winning the Premier League and therefore the Champions League with Liverpool again.
“That’s a troublesome question [how long I will be able to occupy Liverpool], but immediately I can say that everything is within the hands of the club.
“Of course I would like to interrupt records here and, I repeat, all the club records, but everything is within the hands of the club.”
Salah will hope to continue his impressive display for Klopp’s side once they host West Brom within the Premier League on 27 December.