Sing-Salika competes for the shin that Salah wants Swan to sign to join the team.

Browse By

Chelsea and Newcastle United are reportedly in the race to sign a star Mohamed Salah suggested Liverpool sign.

Premier League rivals Chelsea and Newcastle United have reportedly jumped into the race to sign Egyptian winger Ibrahim Adel. Mohamed Salah, a compatriot who played alongside Adel for the Pharaohs, was impressed with the 22-year-old’s talent. Until it is said that he has asked Jürgen Klopp to make an offer to buy this player to join the team.

Sing-Salika competes for the shin that Salah wants Swan to sign to join the team.

  However, it seems that Chelsea giants of london Probably the club that has the most chances to grab him. Reporter Graeme Bailey claims the Blues are hoping to bring the forward this summer. before being loaned to the Strasbourg team Ligue 1 partner club on loan, Bailey said in an interview on the Talking Transfers podcast.

          “We have been informed about this that Chelsea are also interested in sending him to Strasbourg. Ibrahim Adel, he is the player we spoke about before, Mo Sala. Recommend him to Liverpool. “ He is one of the best young players in African football. He’s been around for a while. He played for the Egyptian team Pyramids, Mo Salah liked him and he recommended him to Liverpool.”

  90 min Reveals Newcastle are also keen on the Egyptian. And is one of the English clubs that are keeping a close eye on him. This includes Brighton, Brentford, Aston Villa, West Ham, Burnley and Southampton. Africa’s brightest talent and currently plays for Pyramids FC in the Egyptian Premier League. His impressive form at the recent Africa Cup of Nations Under-23s earned him the Player of the Tournament award. And since then he has been called up to the first team.

          When Salah suggested Liverpool buy Adel last summer This is not possible due to work permit issues. However, the new FA regulations That means clubs in the Premier League and the Championship League. Each team can register up to four players who are insufficient to request a work permit, while League One and League Two teams can only register two players who do not have a work permit, making it seem like Adel has a strong chance of moving to England this season.