Liverpool transfer target not for sale and 'won't leave' current club

And Roma chief Pallotta has now opened up on the Serie A giants' decision to let Salah join Liverpool.

Roma knew they were selling a top player to Liverpool when they cashed in on Mohamed Salah last summer.

Roma's transfer market mastermind feels like he owes fans an explanation as to why he sold the leading scorer in Europe for what now seems like a bargain price.

"He was untouchable - not just because of his four goals but also because he wasn't selfish and was trying to make goals for his team-mates".

"When you think about it, Pjanic had a release clause and he had to go".

The 25-year-old's four-goal blitz in Liverpool's 5-0 rout of Watford before the worldwide break set a new record for the most goals by a Reds player in his debut campaign.

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The Liverpool was is believed to have the Brazilian keeper on his wanted list, but such is Roma's desire to keep the player Klopp has decided to make Loris Karius his top man again next season.

Roma president James Palotta told Tuttomercatoweb: "Salah is destroying the Premier League, he said he wanted to leave and there was not much left of his contract, so we had no choice".

Alisson's form for Roma, however, has led to claims that that Liverpool and Real Madrid are interested in signing the 25-year-old.

Yet Pallotta says the appointment of Monchi as director of football should see the Brazilian stay put.

"We hope that the knee will be OK but we have had to be very cautious with him after the Huddersfield game because he came back from injury a lot earlier than perhaps he should have done". "I was a fan of his right from day one and I'm glad he's finally showing how good he is, because he's been incredible. I think the guys are ready to play, I just don't want us to look past Bologna this weekend".

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