Mohamed Salah’s time at Liverpool could soon be over, Gary Neville believes.
The forward has been a revelation for the Reds since signing from Roma in 2017 for just £34million and has a contract until 2023.
The 27-year-old has scored 72 goals in 102 games for the club and helped them win the Champions League last season by scoring in the final.
He has quickly established himself as a fan favourite but Neville thinks his Liverpool doesn’t have long left.
Speaking on Sky Bet’s Big Debate with Jamie Carragher, he said: “Salah’s going to leave in the next 12 months, I can see it already.
“He [Carragher] knows, he won’t say it. I can see it, you can feel it, you can smell it, you know when a player’s like…”
Liverpool came agonisingly close to winning the Premier League last season and finished runner-up to Manchester City despite racking up 97 points.
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United finished a disappointing sixth but that did not deter Neville’s prediction.
The 44-year-old added: “I can guarantee you as clear as day, Manchester United will win again. They’ll probably win the league before Liverpool, in my opinion.
“And that’s not being disrespectful, they’ll probably win the league before Liverpool.”
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Carragher then interrupted Neville and claimed United would not win a European Cup before the Merseyside giants.
Neville replied: “Maybe not, but I think they’ll win the league before Liverpool.
“They’re more ripe, they’re closer than you think and it’s not as bad as you think. That’s always the way it is.”