Totti delighted with Salah’s success at Liverpool

Totti delighted with Salah’s success at Liverpool
Totti delighted with Salah’s success at Liverpool

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AS Roma legend Francesco Totti said that he’s happy for Mohamed Salah following his continental success with Liverpool.

Tottiplayed alongside Salah during his two years with Roma and witnessed his progress throughout his time in the Italian capital.

He then moved to Liverpool where he has enjoyed quite a lot of success as he lifted the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup trophies.

Totti talked about the Egyptian’s development and explained how his move to Liverpool helped was important for his success.  

“If Salah would’ve stayed in Rome it would have been almost impossible for him to win the Champions League. But having moved to a new club that has won many tournaments he had more chances,” said Totti.

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“I am happy for him, because he is a exceptional guy. He made that big substantial leap from Rome to Liverpool that nobody would have expected. He is now a player that changes any game it at any time,“ he concluded

Salah made 83 appearances for the I Giallorossi, scoring 34 goals and providing 22 assists.

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