Where is Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah going to end up?
The 23-year-old Egyptian international joined Chelsea in January of 2014 for £11 million after having impressed Blues manager Jose Mourinho with his performances for Swiss side Basel in the Champions League.
Following the move to Stamford Bridge Salah only made three appearances for the Blues before being used as a bargaining chip for Fiorentina winger Juan Cuadrado, moving to Florence on loan till the end of the season.
Salah excelled while playing in Serie A, so much so that Fiorentina were looking to make another loan move with Chelsea for the player, or either sign him to a permanent deal.
But once Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini voiced his desire to bring Salah to the San Siro, the Egyptian told Fiorentina that he was not interested in moving there, and has now apparently told Napoli the same thing.
Sahah’s agent Ramy Abbas told Tuttomercatoweb.com: “Napoli? Salah does not want to go there.”
AS Roma is one of the two parties still interested in signing him and given the trouble he has caused Chelsea with Fiorentina, it would appear any possible future he had in west London is now over, with Chelsea just looking to get their £11 million back.