Nicolas Anelka: ‘Liverpool may be very a lot the place to be’

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Nicolas Anelka has urged Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane to
spurn the advances of Actual Madrid, arguing that “Liverpool may be very a lot
the place to be.”

Each Salah and Mane have been linked with a transfer to the
Spanish giants prior to now with their reputations taking off during the last
three or 4 seasons.

Liverpool have gained the Premier League and Champions League
prior to now two seasons, whereas Jurgen Klopp is extensively recognised as one of many
greatest managers on this planet and Anelka has questioned why anybody would wish to
go away.

Talking to the Liverpool Echo, Anelka mentioned: “It is an
superb entrance three.

“I like all of them, particularly Roberto Firmino as a result of he
is the important thing for Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane’s success.

“Salah and Mane are rating within the prime 5 greatest
gamers on this planet proper now. They’ve the standard to play for Actual Madrid.

“However right this moment Liverpool can compete with Actual Madrid, so
they needn’t transfer. Liverpool may be very a lot the place to be.”

On the membership’s title triumph, Anelka added: “The gamers
could be proud after 30 years of ready

“It is a disgrace it needed to come concurrently this
coronavirus so they will not have the ability to have fun with the followers like they need to.
However it’ll do.

“Jurgen Klopp is a genius. I like his work; the best way he
is along with his gamers and the gamers he has signed. They’re top-class gamers.

“They’re going to be aggressive for a few years. Klopp has
introduced the membership again to the place it deserves.”