- Mohamed Salah has emerged as a summer transfer target for Barcelona
- Argentine superstar Lionel Messi wants his club to sign the Egyptian striker
- The former Roma forward is also a summer target for Real Madrid
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has reportedly told the club's chiefs to sign Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah this summer.
Despite only joining Liverpool from Roma last summer, the Egyptian star has been tipped to leave Anfield at the end of the season.
The superb performances of the 25-year-old have caught the attention of Spanish club Real Madrid who are also interested in signing him.
But according to the latest report by Don Balon, Lionel Messi has told Barcelona chiefs to also join Real Madrid in the race to sign Mohamed Salah.
Messi believes according to the report that Mohamed Salah is better than Frenchman Antoine Griezmann who has also been linked with a move to Barcelona.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Premier League giants Liverpool reportedly set an asking price for Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah who is a summer target for Spanish side Real Madrid.
Mohamed Salah has been superb this season for Liverpool in the Premier League and also in their Champions League campaign.
And according to the report by Spanish publication Diario Gol, Anfield chiefs are demanding around £159 million (€182m) from any team that want to sign Salah.
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