The Dutchman, though, has backed Manchester City's Sterling to win the Professional Footballers' Association's top honour.
"I voted for Raheem Sterling".
Salah, who now sits in second place in the league's top goalscorers chart with 18 strikes in 2018/19, remains in the race to clinch a second consecutive top goalscorer prize, with Manchester City talisman Sergio Aguero sitting in first place with 19 goals. Only he and Manchester City's David Silva from that Euro 2008 victory remain in the competition 11 years on from Vienna and Silva is substantially more likely to progress furthest. "It's going to be a tough game, and I honestly believe it's not going to be close to what happened past year", Marco Silva told RTP.
"This game takes me back to my days as a player and our two matches against CSKA Sofia and they serve as a warning for Liverpool now", Virgin Media Sport pundit Souness told us. We are on fire to be honest, you can see it in training, but other teams as well.
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The winger has scored eight goals and 14 assists from 40 appearances for Lyon this season, and he is said to have attracted interests from a number of EPL clubs but his wages could be the problem.
Liverpool, who have kept 17 clean sheets in the league this season, are also still in the hunt for the Champions League trophy and play Porto in the first leg of their quarterfinal later on Tuesday.
However, despite the visitors' positive start they found themselves behind after just five minutes as Keita made it two goals in as many games, having failed to score in any of his first 27 outings for the club.
"The three are the epitome of team players - they work, they graft, they give everything to help the team win".