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Gonzalo Rodriguez: Salah and Cuadrado are different players
Argentine defender Gonzalo Rodriguez praised Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah during an Italian radio show, but said he can’t be compared with ex-teammate Juan Cuadrado.
The 30-year-old defender, who is Salah’s teammate in Florence, has affirmed that he is currently focusing on performing well with Fiorentina. Rodriguez went on to express his happiness with Fiorentina’s run in the Europa League.
When asked about Salah, Rodriguez had nothing to do but praise the Egypt international. He said, “Salah scored decisive goals in big games, and we want a player who is technical and can fit well into the team.”
“Salah and Cuadrado are two different players. They can’t be compared, but both are really good,” he added.
La Viola‘s next game will be at home against Sampdoria in the 29th fixture of the Serie A.