Mohamed Salah is facing an uncertain future at Chelsea. According to reports from The Times, the Egyptian winger will hold talks today (on Wednesday) with Chelsea to discuss his future.
The 23-year-old was sent on loan to Fiorentina in the January transfer window as a part of the deal, where Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado moved the other way.
While Cuadrado struggled to make an immediate impact, Salah did exceptionally well in Italy, earning praise from all corners.
Fiorentina claim to have agreed a deal with Chelsea to re-sign the Egypt winger on loan for another season, and the Viola had even offered him a lucrative deal, but Salah refused to commit his future.
According to reports in Italy, Inter Milan and Juventus are also thought to be interested in Salah, but it seems, he is travelling back to London to join the pre-season training with Chelsea.
“The player will go to the training camp with Chelsea,” Ramy Abbas, his agent told Sky, via Football Italia.
“The English club meeet up again officially on Thursday in London, and Salah will be there with them.”
It won’t be a bad move for him if he stays at Stamford Bridge after all, now that Chelsea have missed out on signing Arda Turan, while Juan Cuadrado been linked with a move away to Italy.