The Egyptian global arrived at Anfield from AS Roma last summer.
The likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG, Bayern Munich and even Manchester City have all shortlisted the Egyptian worldwide as their next target.
De Bruyne and Salah are the top contenders for this years Player of the Year Award and Riise believes the Liverpool striker will edge City's playmaker to the accolade.
According to the Mirror, Salah is set to be offered £200k a week to remain at the Merseyside club and the Egyptian, who is Russian Federation bound for the World Cup in the summer, has already stated how happy he is in the Premier League, believing the style of football suits him.More news: Apple is developing it's own MicroLED displays for future devices
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The former Chelsea man has been the best player for Liverpool so far this campaign and has been one of the best footballers in the Premier League. He's in a place which is the ideal fit for him.
"Don't get me wrong, it's always going to be tough when the big boys come calling".
Liverpool had become fearful that Salah would follow the lead of Philippe Coutinho, who joined Barcelona in January when he became the third most expensive player in history in a £142million deal. While Liverpool might not be able to provide him with regular first-team football, Sobhi will surely be a squad rotation option, considering the fact that Liverpool have been looking towards Thomas Lemar as a potential addition in the summer transfer window.
"The 47 goals is hard and I thought that might stay but the way Salah is playing now anything can happen". Creeping up the table, and doing fantastically in the Champions League.
"Salah has been outstanding and scores a lot more goals than Coutinho as well". For us, for the fans and for the club.