Salah wants move to top club

Mohamed Salah says he wants to play for one of the top teams in the world after impressing at Basel.

Last Updated: 29/11/13 at 10:42 Post Comment

Mohamed Salah: Linked with a host of top clubs

Mohamed Salah: Linked with a host of top clubs

Basel winger Mohamed Salah has revealed he wants to play for one of the top teams in the world after attracting interest from the host of clubs.

Salah is reportedly on the radar of several Premier League clubs after impressing in the UEFA Champions League for Basel this season.

The 21-year-old scored the winner for Basel in the midweek win over Chelsea to go with his goal in the victory in the first meeting between the two sides at Stamford Bridge earlier this season.

The likes of Tottenham and Liverpool have been credited with an interest in Salah, and the Egyptian claims he would love the chance to play for Manchester United, Chelsea or Real Madrid.

"I'm very proud to have scored two goals against Chelsea," Salah is quoted as saying in The Sun.

"I want to play for one of the best teams in the world.

"My favourites are Real Madrid, Manchester United and Chelsea."


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