Both players, who have made significant contributions to City&aposs and Liverpool&aposs domination in the Premier League in recent seasons, will go down in history as two of the division&aposs greatest-ever players. Both are renowned for their goals, assists and general talents.
Between them, they have scored 213 Premier League goals in their careers, as well as winning six Premier League titles. Both players are blessed with talent, ranging from pace to precise passing.
And for Salah, who provided the assist for Liverpool&aposs equaliser against City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, De Bruyne, who has been sidelined since August with a hamstring injury, is one of three players he would relish to play alongside. He has also admitted he would like to rub shoulders with Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
“Messi or Ronaldo, but if I pick one in the Premier League then I&aposd choose Kevin,” Salah told Sky Sports. “He has vision, I&aposm sure he can find me anywhere with the ball so I would say Messi, Ronaldo and then Kevin.
“He&aposs a great player, the whole team (City) is great. But I just try to play my game and not focus on anyone else.”