Blues star high in demand this January.
Spartak Moscow manager Murat Yakin has vowed he will do “whatever it takes” to sign Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah this January, according to the Daily Express.
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The Egyptian winger has not had the best of times at Stamford Bridge since his move to the club in last January’s tansfer window, when he arrived with a great reputation after some fine form at previous club FC Basel.
Still, Salah may now be available this winter after struggling to get into Jose Mourinho’s side on a regular basis, and Yakin admits he would even be willing to beg to get the player for his side this season.
The 22-year-old wide-man has also been linked with a loan move to Inter Milan but may have a good offer on the table from Russia if he chooses to accept it.
“I’ll do whatever it takes to get Salah in the team, even if I have to beg for it,” Yakin said.
Salah cost £11m to sign last year but has only gone on to make sixteen appearances for the Blues.
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