Salah thanks Spalletti: He taught me to end actions with a goal

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has explained how coach Luciano Spalletti helped him improve the finalization of Roma cases.

Salah spent two and a half years in Serie A before joining Liverpool from Roma in a deal worth around 40 million euros.

Egypt international thanks former Giallorossa coach Luciano Spalletti in an interview with the newspaper Brand.

“I had to work hard to finalize the cases, I was not born with goals,” said the former Roma striker.

“I did not score many goals when I was in Basel. “Then I joined Chelsea, Fiorentina and Roma.”

“I worked a lot with Mr. Spalletti and almost every day, after training sessions, we spent time together on the field to practice, practice and practice.”

“I even created a field in my garden to practice and improve case finalization. “If you work hard, the results will come naturally,” concluded the Liverpool star. / Telegraphy /

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