- Ramos reportedly agrees swap deal to sign Salah in the summer
- According to reports Gareth Bale will move to Liverpool for the Egyptian
- The 25-year-old has scored 43 goals in 49 matches in all competitions
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has reportedly approved a swap deal that will see Mohamed Salah at the Bernabeu next season, Don Balon reports.
The Liverpool winger has been in stunning form since his summer switch from Roma scoring 43 times so far in a prolific debut campaign at Anfield.
The 25-year-old's goalscoring exploits have helped the Premier League side to the Champions League final and they will come up against Los Blancos in Kiev later this month.
Real have been heavily linked to sign the Egyptian in the summer as they have set Salah as their main target.
And according to the Spanish media outlet Ramos is keen for Salah to join Real’s star-studded line up for next campiagn.
The Galaticos are reportedly plotting to propose a swap deal as Gareth Bale will be exchanged for the Red Egyptian.
Ramos believes President Florentino Perez will not stop until he gets Salah and the only stumbling block is convincing the Welshman back to the Premier League.
It may prove tricky though as the 28-year-old would prefer a move to his former side Tottenham over the Merseyside club.
Jurgen Klopp is desperate to hold on to his talisman as he looks to make his side title contenders for next season.
Salah failed to score for the second consecutive Premier League match as Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The victory has increased the Blues hopes of a top four finish as they closed the gap to Tottenham by two points and are three points behind Liverpool.
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