Former Liverpool player, Jamie Carragher, has stated that, Mohamed Salah will score around 25 to 30 goals this season for his team.
Salah, last season scored 44 goals in all competitions for the Reds, but Carragher believes it would be difficult for him to repeat the same this season.
Salah has scored three goals in 11 games in all competitions for the Anfield club this season.
Carragher told Soccer AM: “Salah is still the star because of what he did last season.
“He’s the goalscorer, he’s the one who got the goals last season and you’d still expect him to be Liverpool’s top goal scorer this season.
“He hasn’t hit the ground running, or showed the form he did second half of last season, but I think he’s still Liverpool’s stand-put player around the world, when people think of Liverpool, because of the season he had last season.”
The former Liverpool player stated; “It’s virtually impossible for a wide player to score 44 goals again. I mean, if Salah gets 25 or 30 goals this season he’d have had a great season.
“And I think he will be around that mark. He’s still getting chances. We’ve always questioned him last season about chances that he missed so even scoring 44 goals he still missed a lot of big chances.
“So he is missing them at the moment, but I’m sure they will start going in the back of the net.”
Liverpool will take on Huddersfield Town in their next Premier League fixture on Saturday, October 20.