Mohamed Elneny votes for Mohamed Salah as PFA Player of the Year
Salah is having a phenomenal season with Liverpool as he already scored 38 goals in all competitions, with 29 of them coming in the Premier League.
He broke a respectable amount of club records as well as equalling Didier Drogba’s record for most goals scored by an African player in one Premier League campaign, with still five games to go.
And Mohamed Elneny has announced that he has voted for his Egyptian teammate for the PFA player of the year award, becoming the second Egyptian to do so after West Bromwich’s Ahmed Hegazi.
Mohamed Salah played alongside Mohamed Elneny during his time at Arab Contractors and FC Basel, before Salah headed to Chelsea, Fiorentina, AS Roma and Liverpool, while Elneny moved to Arsenal.
It’s still unknown if Stoke City’s Ramadan Sobhi and West Brom’s Ali Gabr has voted for Mohamed Salah, as the Egyptian is one of the favourites to win the award alongside Manchester City’s prolific midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
Elneny and Salah are looking to represent Egypt in the upcoming World Cup in Russia. They were drawn in Group A alongside hosts Russia, Uruguay, and Saudi Arabia.
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