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Ever since arriving at Stamford Bridge from Swiss side Basel in January of 2014 for £11 million the Egyptian international has had a hard time trying to get into Jose Mourinho’s team, and found himself last January being sent out on loan as part of a deal that brought Juan Cuadrado to London.



Salah had a successful time in Italy with Fiorentina who were trying to sign him on a permanent basis or extend his loan for another season, but the 23-year-old had no intention of staying in Florence and made that clear to Chelsea.



Unhappy with this turn of events after Fiorentina had already paid £700,000 for a loan that the club wanted to continue for next season, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has now shown contract rebel Salah that he has no future at Chelsea by leaving him home for the clubs pre-season tour of North America.



This news now has both Liverpool and Inter Milan interested in signing the young winger and while Liverpool would most certainly make a bigger offer it is unclear as to whether Jose Mourinho would sanction him joining a Premiership rival after having expressed his opinion following Petr Cech’s move to Arsenal.