Despite Salah deal, Liverpool are still tracking Max Meyer's displays this summer

Rufina Vignone
Giugno 26, 2017

Ince, who was at Anfield from 1997-99, has hailed the good transfer work done by his former employers and he believes the 25-year-old will become a crucial part of the first team.

The pay, which could rise to £43.9m with additional clauses, according to Roma, is a record transfer fee for the club, surpassing the fee paid to the preceeding £35m spent on Andy Carroll from Newcastle United back in January 2011.

However, Serie A expert Horncastle has backed Liverpool's signing of Salah, summarising what some of his former managers have said about the Egyptian star.

He was given a warm reception by Liverpool's supporters, vowing to "give 100 percent" to help the club compete for the English title that they last won in 1990.

The Egypt worldwide completed a €42m move from Roma to Liverpool earlier this week and the total fee could yet hit the €50m mark when bonuses are factored into the sums.

"The way we play, you can't have any passengers", Milner said, as quoted by the club's official website.

However, with just a year left on his contract and coming off a poor season, Meyer could be sold by Schalke this summer - and Liverpool have been tracking his displays in the Under-21 European Championships this summer.

Salah, who has also played for Basel, Chelsea and Fiorentina, has been capped 52 times, scoring 29 global goals.

There are a number of areas of Liverpool's squad that Jürgen Klopp is looking to strengthen this summer and has already bolstered his attacking lineup with the addition of Mohamed Salah. "With Roma, I had the best years of my career so far; and I will have nothing but gratitude and great memories".

"He is an ambitious player who wants to win and win at the highest level; he knows he can fulfil those ambitions with Liverpool".

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