Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah recently revealed that he snubbed Liverpool to join Chelsea because of a phone conversation with former Blues' boss Jose Mourinho.
The Mohamed Salah soap opera finally reached its conclusion on Thursday, with Chelsea FC announcing that a one-year loan deal had been agreed with Italian side AS Roma
Egyptian international Mohamed Salah has arrived in the Italian capital, but will have to wait for an agreement between Chelsea FC and Fiorentina before completing his move to AS Roma
Czech Republic U21 international Tomáš Kalas - who will spend the coming season on loan at Championship side Middlesbrough - has signed a new three-year contract with Chelsea FC, whilst Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah inches closer to a move to AS Roma
The Colombian winger has spent a frustrating six months in England following his January transfer from Fiorentina this year, and it appears Chelsea FC are not keen on prolonging the 27-year-old's stay either. Meanwhile, Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah will definitely leave the club this summer.
Chelsea FC winger Mohamed Salah spent an extremely successful half-season on loan at Fiorentina this year, but following his refusal to join the Viola for the coming season, the Egyptian finds himself - along with his parent club - in a decidedly sticky situation
Fiorentina could ask Chelsea FC for €3m payment after the Mohamed Salah loan was cut short at the Italian club. The Egyptian international arrived in January at Florence as part of the Juan Guillermo Cuadrado to Chelsea FC deal and has been hugely impressive for Fiorentina, since then. According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Salah’s original contract gave Fiorentina an option to purchase the player for €18m by December 31, but, the agent of the player said that the player will be staying in Italy, but, not in Florence. The transfer saga then took an ugly turn with Fiorentina releasing a statement threatening legal action against the Egyptian international, which prompted an acerbic response from Salah’s agent. Salah reportedly had an agreement that allowed him to turn down an extension of his contract with Fiorentina, but that was not part of the original contract itself. Moreover, that agreement stipulated that the player had to provide Fiorentina with an answer by June 30, which Salah failed […]
It looks increasingly likely that Mohamed Salah will turn out for the Nerazzurri next season, after an agreement was reportedly reached between Inter Milan and Chelsea for the winger’s transfer
Despite enjoying a successful period on loan in the Serie A in the second half of the 2014/2015 season, the Egyptian international has refused to join the Viola, paving the way for a permanent move from Chelsea FC to Inter Milan
Chelsea FC winger Mohamed Salah’s agent has revealed that the player will remain in Italy and Serie A, but not in Fiorentina as the Florence based club look to take legal action against him. The Egyptian international had arrived in January at Fiorentina as a part of the Juan Cuadrado to Chelsea FC deal and has been hugely impressive for Fiorentina, since then. According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Salah’s original contract gave Fiorentina an option to purchase the player for €18m by December 31, but, the agent of the player has now confirmed that the player will be staying in Italy, but, not in Florence. Salah’s representative Ramy Abbas was quoted saying by Firenzeviola.it:“We have decided not to stay in Fiorentina. Salah will shortly move on to another Italian club.” Salah could face legal battle with Fiorentina. He reportedly had an agreement that allowed him to turn down an extension of his contract with Fiorentina, but that was not part of the original contract […]