Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has reflected on his exit from Chelsea in 2016.
The Egyptian star joined Chelsea in 2014 from Swiss side Basel but failed to establish himself at the Bridge and after loan spells at Florentina and AS Roma, Salah eventually joined the latter on a permanent deal in 2016.
The former Chelsea player caught the eye during spells in the Italian Serie A and in 2017 he signed for Liverpool where he realized his full potentials and subsequently became a world beater under Jurgen Klopp.
In the red colours of Liverpool, Mo Salah has turned out to be one of the hottest properties in the world of football and the Liverpool talisman has received numerous recognitions in the past few years and his rise has left Chelsea with one of their biggest transfer regrets of all time.
The 29-year old recently spoke on his exit from the London club and according to him, he had to take one of two choices.
Mo Salah: “When I look back, I had bad advice with the situation. It was tough mentally. I couldn’t handle the pressure I had from the media.Via Simon Phillips
Mo Salah: “You have two choices: to tell the people that they are right to put you on a bench, or to prove them wrong.”Via Simon Phillips
Mo Salah is currently with Egypt at the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon as he hopes to lead the Pharaohs to continental glory come February.