Chelsea outcast, Mohamed Salah is being frozen out of the first team by Jose Mourinho and it appears a number of Premier League suitors are weighing up a loan deal in January.
The Egyptian signed from Basel last January for £11m but has found life hard at Stamford Bridge. A player of undoubted quality, Salah has all the credentials to be a top quality Premier League midfielder. However, he needs game time and with the Blues yet to taste defeat in the league, it will prove difficult to make space for Salah.
Mourinho has hinted that the 22-year-old should look for a loan move to gain more first team football. Everton, QPR, Stoke and Sunderland are all rumoured to be interested in a loan deal for Salah according to the Mirror.
Because Egypt failed to qualify for the African Cup of Nations, Salah would be a player who could enter the starting line up straight from January. With Chelsea looking good without Salah in the reckoning, a loan move could be the best option for all parties.
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By Oliver Baines | December 2nd, 2014