As Liverpool’s talisman, Mohamed Salah, hinted at a possible transfer to a Spanish giant, the Reds’ former midfielder, Didi Hamann, gave his opinion about the Egyptian’s replacement.
has reportedly linked with a move away from
, and if that happens the current Premier League champions will have a lot to do to replace the 28-year-old winger.
already has a list of potential replacements for the Egyptian, the German believes
is the most suitable option for the Reds as the French is “the best winger out there at the moment”.
midfielder told Stadium Astro:
“Two of the best wingers in the world are [Serge] Gnabry, who was at Arsenal, and Kingsley Coman – he is running riot at the moment.
“Would they want to leave Bayern Munich? I don’t think so but you don’t know.
“I don’t know if there is anything in Salah giving an interview or wanting to go to Spain. If he wants to leave, Barcelona and Madrid would be interested.
“If a player wants to leave, you have to let him go. If he has the desire to leave, it’s probably likely he will in the summer.
“There is some fantastic talent in Germany and France. I think they will have a list.”
“For me, the best winger out there at the moment is Kingsley Coman.
“He had injury problems when he came to Munich but he got fit and scored the winner in the Champions League final.
“He’s two-footed, he’s quick, he’s very clever, great decision making and his finishing has improved a lot.
“Coman is the player. Bayern Munich aren’t interested in losing him, he’s happy.
“If Salah were to move, if he wants to go that is quite likely, that will have a knock-on effect. Liverpool will have to buy somebody. Whoever they sign, that team will need to buy a replacement. Things happen quickly.”
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