Danny Murphy insists Liverpool ought to NOT promote Mohamed Salah this summer time.
The previous Reds midfielder has disagreed with the suggestion from Anfield legend Robbie Fowler that the membership ought to cash-in on the Premier League’s main goalscorer.
Regardless of Salah’s 17 league targets this season, Liverpool are languishing in eighth place having misplaced their final six house matches.
The Egypt star was substituted within the 62nd minute of a 1-Zero defeat to Chelsea final week which led to his agent posting a cryptic tweet amid rumours he might go away Merseyside.
In his column for the Sunday Mirror, Fowler, who scored 184 targets in two spells for Liverpool, wrote: “If the participant is agitating for a transfer, let him go.
“I’m not having a go at Salah. love him to bits.
“However I actually consider that transfers now are largely about what gamers need, so the ball is in his court docket, not Liverpool’s.
“If he needs to go, then he ought to go. If a participant needs to go away, we have now to simply accept it’s within the combine.
“I’m a agency believer that if they’re sad and wish to be going, then they need to be going.”
Fowler recalled Liverpool cashing in on Philippe Coutinho, who offered to Barcelona for £142million in 2018.
Subsequently, the Reds introduced in Virgil van Dijk and Alisson as each males performed enormous roles of their Champions League and Premier League triumphs.
Nevertheless, Murphy needs Liverpool to maintain Salah, who has gone 4 video games with out scoring.
He instructed talkSPORT: “When you’re going to promote your greatest goalscorer and the highest scorer within the Premier League, you higher have a extremely good plan in place.
“[You’ll need] any person who’s going to come back in and be capable of hit some actually excessive numbers as a result of should you promote Mo Salah, you get weaker.
“You want your greatest gamers on the pitch. So I disagree with that, I wouldn’t be seeking to promote him in any respect.”