The 19-year-old full back was close to a switch to Alavés last summer but Zinedine Zidane blocked the move after the departure of Danilo to Manchester City.
Obviously, a January bid for Salah is highly unlikely, but the possibility of Real making a serious play for him the summer appears to be increasing.
Wearing the home shirt Salah posed with a collection of gongs including the Player of the Month and PFA Fans' awards already won in his short time at the club so far.
It's brilliant news for Liverpool, given they've just lost Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona, and would not like to lose another key player full stop, let alone in this transfer window.
"He is still young, improving all the time".
GETTY Barcelona have completed the signing of Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool
Salah picked his best moment from December: "I always try to help the team, to improve myself, so each game for me was very important".
There has been talk of Harry Kane, David de Gea and Eden Hazard being the subject of interest of the European champions. Real Madrid must spend big to remind people why they are the biggest team in world football, and the recent 0-3 loss at home to Barcelona in the League showed a widening gap between both clubs.
Ceballos is keen on a return to Betis after a difficult first six months in Madrid.
Salah has been in excellent form this season and has scored 23 goals this season in 29 appearances.
The way things were barely five months ago, it is shocking to see how the tables have quickly turned.
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