I can’t believe that Chelsea let him go on loan…Former teammate exposed over Mohamed Salah

I can’t believe that Chelsea let him go on loan...Former teammate exposed over Mohamed Salah Transfers

Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian international who joined Liverpool in the summer of 2017, has already been treated as a legend at the club, performing beyond great at Anfield. The front three he teamed up with Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino made opposing defenders tremble.

This is his second attempt in the Premier League, and he had a bitter experience in his first time in England during his time at Chelsea. After hardly getting any game time, in 2015 he spent six months of the season on loan playing for Fiorentina, where he put up impressive numbers with nine goals and four assists in 26 games.

The following season, the player would move to AS Roma, but former Manchester City defender Micah Richards, who spent the 2014-15 season with Fiorentina, said that his ability was outstanding in training and could not believe Chelsea’s decision.

“I’ve said it many, many times – I can’t believe it. Honestly, he was unbelievable,”

“I can’t believe that Chelsea let him go on loan.”

“He used to get the ball in training, dribble past everyone and just pass it into the net He did the exact same in the games, and I’m just like: ‘Why is he not playing at Chelsea?’.”

“So I’m thinking in my head: ‘He must be a bad egg’ because there’s no way it’s on his football ability, and he was the nicest guy ever.”

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After a year on loan at Roma, he officially joined the club in the summer of 2016. The following year he made the full transfer, and in his two years with the club, he scored a total of 34 goals and 22 assists in 83 games. His performances in Italy earned him another shot at the Premier League.

Chelsea had a policy of acquiring a lot of players and loaning them out, and Kevin De Bryne was one of the players who fell prey to this policy. Both players have now grown up to be world-class players, and the club must be feeling a great deal of regret.