Salah emerges English FIFA Player of the year

Salah emerges English FIFA Player of the year

"I'm very proud to win and I've worked very hard".

"It's an honour to be Player of the Year for the Premier League, especially because it's voted for by the players", said Salah, who received a message of congratulations from manager Jürgen Klopp.

Manchester City's Sane beat off competition from team-mates Ederson and Raheem Sterling, along with Kane, Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon and Manchester United's Marcus Rashford to land the Young Player of the Year award.

Salah will be hoping to add to his tally when Liverpool take on Roma at home Tuesday night in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final tie. We both have the chance to go to the final - and that's all I need.

Mido has urged Salah to "immediately" leave Liverpool this summer should Real Madrid or Barcelona come calling.

The Egyptian became the seventh Liverpool player - and first since Luis Suarez in 2014 - to receive the ultimate recognition from his fellow professionals, edging out Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne - who received the vote of Liverpool's captain. "Players and managers change club, like I did with Dortmund about two years ago. We've improved every season and done brilliant this season to get this stage".

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"Back then, they said he was the Egyptian Messi who was going to come through, and when he moved to Chelsea he was just unlucky that he didn't get the opportunity that he's getting now".

His goalscoring prowess earned him five England caps, and helped Coventry win the FA Cup in 1987, but Regis is perhaps best known now as a pioneer for black players. There are still three games to go.

It is Salah's first season at Liverpool after he transferred from AS Roma past year for more than $51m, making him the most expensive player ever bought by Liverpool.

If Liverpool do pull it off and win another Champions League the game in Dublin, he says, could be the meeting of the European and the Italian champions although he is, he admits, still rooting for Juventus in the Serie A title race.

"He obviously doesn't score as many goals as Mo Salah, but he's very important for Manchester City, for the way they play, and he creates a lot of goals from the midfield".

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