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Mohamed Salah insists Liverpool can win Premier League title many times

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Liverpool star Mohamed Salah sees no reason why his side cannot continue winning the Premier League and create a patch of ongoing dominance in English football.

Jurgen Klopp‘s side lifted the trophy they most craved on Wednesday night following victory over Chelsea, as the top flight title returned to Anfield following a 30-year absence.

And now Salah has already turned his attention to next season and outlined how his team-mates need to retain both their consistency and a hunger for success. 

Mohamed Salah feels his Liverpool team-mates can go on to win more Premier League titles

Mohamed Salah feels his Liverpool team-mates can go on to win more Premier League titles

Mohamed Salah feels his Liverpool team-mates can go on to win more Premier League titles

‘Great, a great feeling to win the Premier League with the club after 30 years,’ he told the BBC. ‘It’s a dream come true.

‘We need to keep the hunger for next season as well because next season is going to be more difficult than this one. Other teams will try to strike back again to win titles.

‘But I think the hunger can drive us again to win another trophy and another one. Hopefully we can do that. We have to fight for that, that has to be the main target.

The Egyptian has admitted that hunger levels can change when major trophies have been won

The Egyptian has admitted that hunger levels can change when major trophies have been won

The Egyptian has admitted that hunger levels can change when major trophies have been won

‘I think the next season for myself, when I see the situation right now, it will be really difficult. I think more difficult than this one because the hunger when you win something – you win the Champions League, you win the Premier League – and when you win something it takes from your hunger.

‘So the thing is, now we have to change that mentality. You have to find the point in your head that drives you forward and keep that hunger for next season and still after.’

Jurgen Klopp’s side can reach 99 points if they beat Newcastle on the final day of the season, in a showdown at St James’ Park.

Last season Liverpool became champions of Europe and now have a league title to add

Last season Liverpool became champions of Europe and now have a league title to add

Last season Liverpool became champions of Europe and now have a league title to add

Salah and his team-mates are then to be afforded a short break following their heroics this season, before football makes swift return to the calendar.

On Friday it was confirmed by Premier League officials that the 2020-21 season will start on 12 September and end on 23 May 2021.

Congestion has been caused due to the delay of the coronavirus pandemic, in which football was halted across the world between March and June this year. 

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F1 Spanish Grand Prix LIVE: Hamilton chases fourth season win after Verstappen victory at Silverstone – latest updates

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F1 heads to Spain as Lewis Hamilton looks to make it four wins from six so far this season.

But Max Verstappen will be looking to challenge the Brit again after claiming the chequered flag in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone.

Get all the latest F1 updates from Barcelona here…

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Sergio Perez claims he was ‘unlucky’ to get coronavirus despite jetting off on holiday AND home to Mexico

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SERGIO PEREZ claims he was simply unlucky to catch Covid-19 – despite going on holiday AND jetting back to Mexico in the middle of the global pandemic.

The Racing Point driver has been given the all-clear to race in this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix after being ruled out for the two races at Silverstone.

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The Mexican flew home to visit his mum, who had been in hospital following an accident, while photos of him holidaying in Europe were also deleted from social media.

Perez said: “Anything I did after the Hungrian GP was done between the lines.

“I hadn’t done anything different to the rest of the paddock, so I was just the unlucky one to get it.

“But I am not willing to take any blame for it, because anyone can get it. I was just the unlucky one.”

Perez was forced to self-isolate following his positive pre-event test ahead of the British GP.

He subsequently failed a second test a week later, ruling him out of both races and he had to watch them on TV instead.

He added: “I am very happy to be back and doing what I love. I was extremely lucky not to have any big symptoms, other than a little bit of a headache.

“For one or two days I felt very tired, but sometimes you feel like that when you spend so much time on your own and you cannot leave the room.

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“I was in lockdown for 10 days and I was training in my apartment trying to keep fit. I was in Milton Keynes after testing positive.

“I found it really boring to be watching the races on TV instead of being in it, especially the first race at Silverstone. That was very boring until the last lap or two.

“The second race with a tyre changes made it more entertaining from that point of view.”

F1’s Sergio Perez says he visited his ‘mum after she left hospital’ as he admits he doesn’t know where he caught COVID19 forcing him out of British GP

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Willian will complete his move to Arsenal this weekend by signing a three-year deal at the Emirates

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Willian will complete his move to Arsenal on a three-year deal this weekend.

The Brazilian will finish off all the formalities of his switch across London by Sunday.

An announcement will follow once all the finer details are rubber stamped.

But only a seismic turn of event will stop the deal from being concluded this weekend, meaning Willian can start pre season training with his new team-mates.

Free agent Willian will complete his move to Arsenal on a three-year deal this weekend

Free agent Willian will complete his move to Arsenal on a three-year deal this weekend

Free agent Willian will complete his move to Arsenal on a three-year deal this weekend

And his move was confirmed by agent Kia Joorabchian who said the winger’s future would be announced soon.

Speaking to talkSPORT, Joorabchian said a deal for Willian would be wrapped up but refused to say where he would end up. 

‘He is a free player,’ Joorabchian said. ‘He had a fantastic seven years at Chelsea, he’s been under various managers, he’s won multiple trophies and he has a fantastic relationship with Frank [Lampard], he respected him a lot.

‘But I think that cycle had come to a moment where it’s a good moment to leave.

‘At the moment, just for now I can’t say where he’s going to go, for sure Arsenal are one of the contenders. But it won’t be long before we announce it. We know where he’s going, so it won’t be long.’ 

The 32-year-old confirmed his departure from Chelsea earlier this week, with an open letter to Blues fans.

It brings the curtain down on seven trophy-laden years at Stamford Bridge, where he won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup, League Cup and the Europa League. 

Willian’s Chelsea exit had been on the cards after it emerged that he had reportedly rejected a two-year extension, seeking a three-year contract with the club.

He was reportedly angered by the stance taken by Chelsea throughout negotiations, with director Marina Granovskaia offering a ‘take it or leave it’ rebuttal to Willian’s three-year deal demand.

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