Premier League Golden Boot winner and Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah would not be able to break into the current Real Madrid team, according to a former Los Blancos manager.
The Egypt international has been in sensational form for the Reds this season, scoring 44 goals in 51 games so far in his first year back in the English top flight following a failed stint at Chelsea between 2014 and 2016.
Salah will now get his chance to further cement his name in the Liverpool history books when the Reds step out at the Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex to face the Galacticos in the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday evening.
However, former Real boss Vicente del Bosque, who also coached Spain to their 2010 FIFA World Cup triumph, believes the forward and his team-mates are not good enough to break into the current Madrid side.
"Real Madrid have a great squad – they are the best club in Europe at the moment and must show that on Saturday," Del Bosque told radio show El Partidazo.
"I do not see even one Liverpool player who would improve Real Madrid, not even Salah."
As a player, Del Bosque lost a European Cup final to Liverpool in 1981, but did guide Los Blancos to Champions League triumph in both 2000 and 2002 as their manager.
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