I want to break more Premier League records -Salah

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The Egyptian forward has been incredible for the Reds this season, scoring 39 across all competitions and helping fire Jurgen Klopp's team into the last four of the Champions League.

That form has attracted the attention of Europe's biggest clubs, including Real Madrid, but Reds boss Klopp insists Salah is going nowhere this summer.

He told CNN after the draw, "They've all said: 'We don't want to play against Liverpool".

Mohamed Salah has broken the Premier League record for the most Player of the Month awards in a single season. "I was watching him against just last week in the Europa League and my goodness, this guy will probably give us what we've lacked". He gives us all a good feeling, so everybody is really happy for him. And this season he has scored in a record 11 straight Champions League games, keeping his cool Wednesday when netting a penalty deep in injury time to eliminate Juventus in the tense battle of last year's finalists.

Two of Liverpool's European Cups were lifted in Rome, first against Borussia Mönchengladbach in 1977 and against Roma in 1984, and Klopp is eager to delve into the history books to truly understand the significance of the venue for Liverpool.

"I love him. I have a good relationship with him, he's very nice". I don't think about it.

"We are now in the semis and first of all we should enjoy the moment because it's obviously a while ago that Liverpool were in the semis".

They also took his overall tally for the season to 29, making the Egyptian only the second African after Didier Drogba to reach that mark in a PL campaign. "My impression is they are all excited about being in this group".

Salah scored to make it 1-1 against Manchester City in the second-leg of the Champions League quarter-final at the Etihad, and Thompson didn't hide his allegiances on punditry duty for Sky Sports.

"He's still got five Premier League games left and potentially three more in the Champions League". I'm thinking about each game. "I see the positive things but do not feel them because there is a job to do". I don't doubt Harry Kane a little bit.