Egyptian footballers, former teammates react to Salah’s move to Liverpool
Mohamed Salah’s move to Liverpool triggered a wave of reactions across social media from a number of Egyptian players and former teammates.
After around a month of negotiations with the Giallorossi, the Reds announced on Thursday signing the 25-year-old Egypt international winger for €42 million ($46.8 million), which makes him Liverpool’s most expensive signing.
Here are some of the reactions from the football world:
Ramadan Sobhi – Stoke City and Egypt winger
Mahmoud Hassan ‘Trezeguet’ – Royal Excel Mouscron and Egypt midfielder
Good luck to my brother, hope you shine as always inshalah ❤️ pic.twitter.com/pNGAItW6hK
— Mahmoud Trezeguet (@Trezeguet) June 22, 2017
Omar Gaber – FC Basel and Egypt right-back
— Omar Gaber (@omargaber) June 22, 2017
“Words can never do him justice. May God bless you and protect you.”
Karim Hafez – Lierse SK and Egypt left-back
Mohamed Nagy ‘Gedo’ – Arab Contractors forward (Former Egypt international and Hull City forward)
“Congratulations, may God bless you and protect you from injuries.”
Ahmed Fathi – Al Ahly and Egypt right-back
“Congratulations my friend, you deserve it.”
Hazem Emam – Former Zamalek and Egypt legend
— Hazem Emam (@14) June 22, 2017
“Congratulations, Salah. May God bless you.”
Wael Gomaa – Former Al Ahly and Egypt defender
“Congratulations to Mohamed Salah. An excellent step and a new challenge.”
Ahmed Hossam ‘Mido’ – Wadi Degla manager (Former Tottenham and Zamalek forward)
— Mido (@midoahm) June 20, 2017
“Congratulations to Mohamed Salah on his transfer to one of the biggest clubs in England. Salah’s story should be in the mind of every young Egyptian seeking success!”
Antonio Rüdiger – AS Roma defender
Stephan El Shaarawy – AS Roma forward
Kevin Strootman – AS Roma midfielder
Radja Nainggolan – AS Roma midfielder
Edin Dzeko – AS Roma forward
Diego Perotti – AS Roma winger
Loris Karius – Liverpool goalkeeper
Omar Al Somah – Al Ahli Jeddah forward
— omar alsomah (@omaralsomah) June 22, 2017
“Congratulations Mohamed. May God bless you and grant you everything that is good, and I’m sure that you will keep the Arabs proud.”
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