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Joaquin: Salah is a young phenomenon
Salah scored six goals and had two assists in eleven games played for Fiorentina since joining the club in January on loan from Chelsea, and with this expeditious start he has grabbed the attention of sides like Wolfsburg, Juventus and Roma.
“The Egyptian is a young phenomenon, he is a pacy player with also the sense of scoring,” Joaquin told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“He [Salah] reminds me of Ricardo Oliviera, the player who was bought by AC Milan. We played together in Real Betis. Salah never falls on the pitch because in addition to his pace he is also physically strong.”
The Florence-based club will resume their Serie A action after the two weeks of the international break facing fourth placed Sampdoria at Stadio Artemio Franchi.