SALAH- PFA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SALAH- PFA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

The 25-year-old was rewarded for his top notch performances this term by his colleagues and his gaffer has applauded the ‘fantastic achievement’. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has praised Mohamed Salah after winning the PFA Players' Player of the Year award.
 
The Egypt international saw off competitions from Manchester City trio David Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, and Leroy Sane as well as Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea to nick the prize. The attacker has been in a terrific form since joining the Anfield outfit, scoring 41 goals and contributing 11 assists across all competitions.
 
Reacting to the feat during his press conference ahead of AS Roma game, Klopp said: "Fantastic. I’m really happy for him. He can be really proud of that, it’s a fantastic achievement. I think if all the other players vote for you that means the most to all players. I didn’t speak to him afterwards because obviously, he was in London yesterday but he will be back today and then I can tell him what I want to tell him face to face. It’s great. But he knows the season is not finished so far. There are a lot of things to come but I’m sure it’s a nice boost for him. And I really have to say, in a season like this when Kevin de Bruyne plays a season like he played, it makes it even more special."
 
Source: www.goal.com
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