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Liverpool increasingly likely to loose Mohamed Salah



Liverpool increasingly likely to loose Mohamed Salah

Celebrated Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, is reportedly contemplating a move away from Anfield to the Saudi Pro League.

Recent reports suggest that he is “increasingly likely to quit Liverpool” next year, with a proposed transfer to Saudi Arabia on the horizon.

The Saudi Pro League has been making headlines by recruiting world-class players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, and Neymar.

Now, it appears that Saudi Arabia is eyeing more Premier League talents, with Salah and Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne among their top targets for next year.

According to Football Insider, officials from Saudi Arabia are actively working behind the scenes to secure deals for both Salah and De Bruyne.

A source close to the matter has even claimed that Salah’s move from Liverpool to Saudi Arabia is ‘expected to go through’ in the coming year.

This pursuit of Salah is not entirely new, as Al Ittihad attempted to lure the Egyptian winger to the Middle East during the summer transfer window.

Their reported bid of £150 million, however, was turned down by Liverpool, who were determined to hold onto their star player.

Salah, who is currently under contract with Liverpool until June 2025, is one of the club’s highest earners, commanding a weekly wage of £350,000.

Jurgen Klopp’s decision to keep him at Anfield despite the lucrative offer from Saudi Arabia seems to have paid off, as Salah has continued to impress with his performances on the pitch.

In the current season, the 31-year-old forward has scored an impressive 10 goals in 13 games in all competitions.

Mohamed Salah has been a pivotal figure at Anfield since his arrival in 2017, marking his return to the English Premier League following a challenging stint at Chelsea.

So far, Mohamed Salah has netted an astonishing 196 goals in 318 appearances, solidifying his status as a Liverpool icon.