‘Sell Salah Now’ – Liverpool Fans Demand Star Player Exit After Southampton Loss

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Liverpool fans have demanded that the club should sell winger Mohamed Salah now after the 1-0 Southampton loss, MySportDab reports. 

Liverpool have now failed to win any of their last three matches and Manchester United could go top of the Premier League.

The Red Devils travel to play against Burnley this weekend.

It’s a poor run of form for Liverpool after draws against West Brom and Newcastle.

Southampton had also struggled during the festive period, but they started well.


The Saints caught Liverpool unaware by a brilliant free-kick from James Ward-Prowse and Danny Ings finished it off.

Liverpool had the higher ball possession as expected like in most games this season.

However, Southampton’s defence were able to deal with any threat from the visitors.

Salah has been Liverpool’s main man this season with goals, but his form has now dropped drastically.

His poor form started after Salah gave an interview and refused to rule out leaving Liverpool for Barcelona or Real Madrid in the future.

Some Liverpool fans were angry at his comments but they are now more furious with his lack of goals.

The Reds fans now want Liverpool to sell him to sign a better player like Kylian Mbappe.

One fan wrote: “I Would sell Salah if i get a bid. Been poor since that interview.”

Another fan tweeted: “Sell Salah now before it’s too late.”

A third fan said: “I would like to sell Mo Salah for the right money tomorrow. I don’t care about his goals scored.”

A fourth Liverpool fan wrote: “Just sell Salah already. Can Madrid please submit a bid.”

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