Philippe Coutinho's move from Liverpool to Barcelona has elicited messages of both farewell and congratulations from players across both clubs, and one of the Reds' newest additions Mohamed Salah did not let their short time together stop him from penning a tribute to the Brazilian.
It's not hard to see why, the Egyptian has been a revelation since his return to England (he previously had an unsuccessful spell with Chelsea), with 23 goals in 29 games.
"As I said before, the most important thing is to win the games, and we try to win each game".
If this is true, Liverpool could find themselves in a very sticky situation if Salah were to leave - which I don't think he would even if Real Madrid came calling.
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Salah also won a poll for the 2017 Arab player of the year, launched by the beIN Sports channel on Twitter in December.
Pushed into advanced areas on the right flank, Salah has given so many defences so many issues.
The attacking portion of the team would benefit from some restructuring too.
Five time Ballon D'Or victor Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema have failed to reach the highs of seasons previous in goals and Gareth Bale has spent most of this half of the season injured.
Reports in Italy had suggested that Real Madrid would respond to Barca's capture of Coutinho by launching an audacious bid for Mohamed Salah.