Salah has been heavily linked with moves to the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona after a sensational first season with Liverpool, as reported by the likes of The Sun.
Salah scored 44 goals in 52 games in his debut season for the Reds and was named the PFA Player of the Year.
His importance to Liverpool was never more evident than when he was injured early on in the Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.
The Egyptian is now battling to be fit for his country at the Russia World Cup where speculation will only ramp up further if he performs as he has for Liverpool all season long.
And he even admitted he used to always choose Liverpool as his team when playing video game FIFA.
"Jurgen Klopp often asks that I be at the heart of play, and remain close to the opponent’s goal," Salah told L'Equipe.
"He knows how to get the most from his attacking players. From day 1, he’s considered me a friend. We are close, even though, he’s the boss, and I’m a player.
"The quality of my teammates and their desire to help me score has also helped in my success. Plus, I work hard every day, with that desire to improve. Off the pitch, we are friends. We are happy together.
"I have given 100% for my club since my arrival, on and off the pitch. And the fans can see it. Feeling loved by the fans during my first season, fills me with joy. And they sing my song…a whole album!"
And who were his key players when playing FIFA as Liverpool?
"Sami Hyypia, Jamie Carragher… And Gerrard’s shots! I won games with that team," Salah added.