Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is expected to start the game with Salah, alongside Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, due to Philippe Coutinho's transfer from Liverpool to Barcelona in January for £142 million.
The speculation has reached the point where Salah himself has felt the need to intervene - and Liverpool fans can rest easy, as the 25-year-old has moved to shut down the talk that he might depart the club after only a few months.
Despite flopping at Chelsea, Salah established himself as a top winger in Italy with Fiorentina and Roma.
And he's enjoying a ridiculous campaign, weighing in with goals, including 17 in the league, and assists.
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Egypt global Mohamed Salah has been named as the Liverpool Player of the Month for December, after scoring five goals in eight games.
The sharks are already circling though with Real Madrid thought to be weighing up a bid for Salah after their rivals captured his former teammate.
Either way, Salah has admitted to reading the reports.
As reported by by Diario Gol last week, a positive aspect for Liverpool which indicates that the move could happen is that the player would look with good eyes to sign for the Anfield club.
"Well, I have heard so many rumours that it doesn't bother me anymore (.) They have treated me very well in Liverpool and at this moment, I belong to Liverpool and I am happy at Anfield", quoted by Spanish outlet Marca.