PHOTO: Mohamed Salah holding the Chelsea Shirt

PHOTO: Mohamed Salah holding the Chelsea Shirt


Chelsea have completed their third signing in the January transfer window, after the Blues have signed Egypt midfielder Mohamed Salah from Swiss champions Basel for a fee in the region of £11m.

The 21-year-old who was also a target of Liverpool has signed a five-and-a-half year deal and will wear the number 15 shirt.

Salah made 47 appearances for former club Basle, who he joined in June 2012, scoring nine goals. The Blues moved quickly to sign him after they sold Juan Mata to Manchester United for £37.1m on Saturday.

“I’m very happy to sign for Chelsea. I hope I can make the Chelsea supporters happy and have a good career at the club for many years,” said Salah as quoted by BBC.


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  1. U play against Chelsea? Deal with dem,score a goal and they will buy U,Falcao,Victor Moses, Willian, Salah.e.t.c

  2. salah is young, fast on and off the ball, trickey n most of all creative. He will do great things for chelsea.

  3. Hey, can we get a training session in first before we declare him a future 2-time Chelsea POY. Those are some huge shoes to fill mate.

  4. where’s all the moaning scousers? any time they fail to sign a player eg Eriksen at Spurs they usually wimp out moaning on the message boards that so and so stole our player, get your own scouts etc… idiots. players don’t go to littlepool anymore cos they are shit and are lucky to be in the top 4 at present… and of course now Suarez has his release clause re-inserted he’ll be gone by the summer.

  5. As chelsea fans I’m happy that chelsea can sign mohammed salah but juan mata was the best chelsea’s player ever

    • He, s jealous. Chelsea is a big club with good record this season. They love Africans. One of their club officials is from my local govt. We remain unbeaten at home this season and the only big4 to win Mancity this season.

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