Rummenigge doesn’t mind seeing Salah at Bayern

Rummenigge doesn’t mind seeing Salah at Bayern

Bayern Munich Chairman of the board Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has spoken positively about Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah.

The fate of Mohamed Salah remains in question. The winger is far from the standards for the realization of chances and in recent seasons the number of his goals has eliminated problems. But this is all a consequence of Liverpool's style of play and the many moments created. In addition, the Egyptian is a regular penalty taker in Jurgen Klopp's team, which also positively affects his results.

We have repeatedly mentioned before that it is time for the Reds to get rid of Salah, as he has already shown his peak in the team from the Merseyside. His dribbling leaves a lot to be desired as most of his moves are unsuccessful and he goes through his opponents once every three times at best.

But despite this, sheer statistics speaks of the success of Salah, since he scored 16 goals in the league and confidently occupies the first line in this indicator in the Premier League. THat did not go unnoticed by the Bayern functionary,

“As for me, Salah is an African Messi. And, of course, he has the skills to play for the best teams in the world. What he has achieved can be compared to what Messi and Ronaldo have done at Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Today we do not plan to sign Salah, but, of course, it would be an honor for us to get him,” Rummenigge is quoted by Kingfut.

For Bayern Munich, the position of the right midfielder is not entirely stable. Under Niko Kovac, Thomas Müller often appeared there, now Serge Gnabry plays there most of the time. But that doesn't compare to Leroy Sane and Kingsley Coman on the left. From them, the danger arises more often.

Salah is also reluctant to return to the defense and is used to acting on free balls. In this regard, he will not become an assistant for Bayern, since Klopp's attempt to switch to a 4-1-4-1 formation showed its inadequacy, when Mane and Salah did not have time to return back and insure the full-backs. Therefore, the purchase of the Egyptian by Bayern will be beneficial only for Liverpool, but not for both sides.