- Salah has explained that his targets this season at Liverpool is to win the Premier League and UCL titles
- The Egypt international has been in great for this season for the Reds and has scored 13 Premier League goals
- Anfield landlords will however be missing the former Roma star from January 2022 due to the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon
Days after finishing seventh on the 2021 Ballon d'Or list, Mohamed Salah of Premier League giants Liverpool has explained that his targets this season is to win the Champions League and EPL titles.
Despite his incredible performances so far this year, Mohamed Salah failed to finish among the top five on the Ballon d'Or list which was won by PSG forward Lionel Messi.
Two days after the Ballon d'Or gala night was held in Paris, Mohamed Salah continued with his super form in the Premier League netting a brace for Liverpool in 4-1 win over Everton.
How many goals Mohamed Salah has so far this season?
With 14 games played so far this term in English topflight football, Mohamed Salah has scored 13 goals in the topflight, six in the Champions League and has also created 8 assists.
Mohamed Salah's comment
''My first target is to win something with the club: Champions League, Premier League, hopefully, both. That’s the main target for everyone.''
Arsenal legend Wright names the 2 players who deserved 2021 Ballon d'Or and Messi not 1 of them
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Ian wright explained that there would have been less controversy if Liverpool striker or Robert Lewandowski had won the 2021 Ballon d'Or and not Lionel Messi of PSG.
Football fans around the world continued to voice out their displeasure on Lionel Messi winning the 2021 Ballon d'Or ahead of Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.
Mohamed Salah was certainly in contention for the Ballon d'Or thanks to his incredible performances so far this season for Liverpool.
Apart from being the current top scorer in the Premier League, Mohamed Salah also has the highest number of assists so far this term.
Ian wright stated clearly that he was expecting Mohamed Salah of Liverpool to win the Ballon d'Or.
Source: Sports Brief News