Mohamed Salah 6-1 to break Ian Rush's Liverpool goals record
But Kevin De Bruyne still favourite for PFA Player of the Year
The 25-year-old netted for Egypt in a 2-1 loss to Portugal on Friday and may feature again for his country on Tuesday in a Zurich friendly against Greece.
However, it is his 36 goals in competitive games for Liverpool that have caught the eye.
Salah was cut to 7-4 to to be named PFA player of the year after scoring four against Watford on March 17 but is now best-priced at 11-8 with Coral and as short as 6-5. De Bruyne is the 4-7 favourite.
Coral offer 6-1 about Salah breaking Ian Rush's Liverpool goalscoring record of 47 in a single campaign that has stood since 1983-84.
Should he succeed, the competition for his services will only intensify. Coral are betting on his next club and make Real Madrid 4-1 favourites, with Barcelona a 5-1 chance.
Jack Wilshere will be out of contract in the summer and is rumoured to be attracting interest from Everton.
Betway are bet on Wilshere's club at the start of next season and make Arsenal the 4-6 favourites with Everton next best at 5-1.
In a busy day of Arsenal news, former Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel is no bigger than 6-4 to be the next Gunners boss after reports that he is set to replace Arsene Wenger this summer, while midfielder Mohamed Elneny has signed a long-term deal with the club.
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