After Liverpool star Mohamed Salah was linked with a sensational move to Real Madrid, the Egypt forward has been strongly advised not to make the same mistake as Eden Hazard.
Two-time Premier League Golden Boot winning forward Salah was linked with a move to Los Blancos earlier in the week after Gary Neville claimed he was using Liverpool as a stepping stone to join the Spanish giants, as reported by the Daily Mail.
Fellow Egypt international Mohamed Elneny has now advised his countryman against that move, however, and used Hazard's struggles at Real as an example of why he shouldn't leave Liverpool.
"For me, he (Salah) is currently playing for one of best the teams in the world," Elneny said, as reported by Sport Witness.
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"He’s a superstar at Liverpool. If I were him, I’d stay at Liverpool. You see Eden Hazard is struggling at Real after he moved from Chelsea.
"Of course, Real Madrid is bigger than Liverpool, Barcelona is bigger than Liverpool. But he’s very settled at his current club and this Liverpool team is up there with the best.
"I don’t know what he thinks inside but I would definitely stay at Liverpool. The fans love him. He’s scoring goals. He’s on course to become a Liverpool great and I think that’s perfect.”
Since Hazard joined Real at the start of the campaign, he has managed just one goal in 15 appearances across all competitions, and is unlikely to feature again after suffering a season-threatening injury last weekend.
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