Real Madrid wants to sign the best player of Africa

Real Madrid wants to sign the best player of Africa

The Egyptian global has now returned to full training at Melwood today and is therefore expected to be available for the visit of City to Anfield on Sunday, unless he suffered any setbacks over the coming days.

The Egyptian was absent for both the 2-1 win away to Burnley on New Year's Day and Friday's victory by the same scoreline at home to Everton in the FA Cup.

Salah came ahead of some prominent stars including former Liverpool teammate Philippe Coutinho, who sealed a €160 million move to Barcelona on Saturday, Chelsea's Belgian wizard Eden Hazard, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski and Manchester City frontman Sergio Aguero.

Now, he will hopefully hit the ground running once again, with Liverpool eager to take revenge for September's 5-0 mauling at the hands of City.

The Egypt global has missed his side's last two games due to a groin problem but is now in line to return during the Reds Premier League clash against City at Anfield.

Mohamed Salah
GETTY Mohamed Salah unlikely to join Philippe Coutinho in La Liga just yet

Liverpool's top goalscorer Mohamed Salah has missed the last two matches for the Reds.

Alberto Moreno could also be fit for the Man City game.

Salah travelled with Klopp and his players for their short break in Dubai at the weekend, and will report for training at Melwood on Wednesday.

But, it appears the club are now keeping an eye on Salah who's f*ucking tearing it up for Liverpool since returning to the Premier League.