Patrik Berger outlines how many players Liverpool need to be title challengers

Hope Soto
June 26, 2017

Salah will become Liverpool's most-expensive signing in the club's history if the Egypt global triggers €8m worth of clauses that were reportedly part of the Reds's deal with the Serie A giants.

"His record in Italy has been outstanding and he possesses qualities that will enhance our team and squad".

The Egypt worldwide impressed for Roma last season, scoring 15 goals from 31 Serie A appearances, and he has been handed another chance to shine in the Premier League after a disappointing spell at Chelsea from 2014-16.

'We've got a fantastic manager at the helm, so I think Liverpool are very, very close.

Salah, who has also played for Basel, Chelsea and Fiorentina, has been capped 52 times, scoring 29 global goals.

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"He is a risky player and someone who is going to do really well for us, I'm sure".

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Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Salah said, "I'm very excited to be here". I was watching the games previous year and everyone was giving 100 per cent to win something. I'm happy for that because I feel the love from the fans. We have fantastic players in the team.

He was given a warm reception by Liverpool's supporters, vowing to "give 100 percent" to help the club compete for the English title that they last won in 1990.

Salah will officially join on the 1st July and he will take the number 11 shirt off the back of Roberto Firmino - he is handed the even more impressive number 9 shirt.

Liverpool have signed two players in the summer transfer window after England Under-20 worldwide Dominic Solanke in a free transfer from Chelsea.

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