Kewell, 39, wore the Liverpool jersey between 2003 and 2008, and he was part of Liverpool's squad when the club won the 2005 UEFA Champions League title.
"The way Liverpool play suits him, and he has a manager who makes sense to sign for in the Premier League", he continued.
Telecommunications company Vodafone Egypt have agreed to reward all their customers 11 minutes of free talk time every time Salah scores a goal from now on.
Ian Wright believes it will be hard for Mohamed Salah to turn down Real Madrid as he continues to star for Liverpool, and with many believing Gareth Bale's days numbered in Spain, that knock at the Anfield door could come soon.
So what can Liverpool do to stave off what may now be the inevitable £150m-plus off for their latest star man this summer?
As for Juventus, they won't stand for being messed around too much and if Can's public chatter, and apparent arrogance, continues then there's a good chance the Turin club will walk away.
Can had said: "I have the self confidence to say that my qualities are sufficient to play in a very big club next season".
Coutinho and Leiva have now exited the club, but Firmino is considering Liverpool's No.1 South American talent since his Brazilian team-mate left for Barcelona.
With Real Madrid talisman Ronaldo having just one more goal in all competitions with 37 and Messi now boasting 35 goals in all competitions, Salah is producing similar figures to the two players who have dominated the sport for the last decade.
Jurgen Klopp has now urged the Liverpool board to get the transfer sealed as per the same report.
It's getting towards that time of the season where clubs are looking ahead at their summer transfer plans, and despite the World Cup in Russian Federation, there will be plenty of big money deals going ahead.