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Salah is leaving Liverpool end of season — Ex player reveals



Liverpool icon, Mohamed Salah will be leaving the club come end of the season

Liverpool icon, Mohamed Salah will be leaving the club come end of the season, if the reports of ex-Liverpool star, Mark Lawrenson is to be believed.

Salah’s future has been subject to speculation, particularly after a reported verbal bid of £200 million from Al Ittihad was rejected last summer.

Despite staying with Liverpool, Salah’s contract situation and potential for a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia have continued to fuel rumors about his departure.

Lawrenson, a Liverpool icon with a decorated history at the club, has voiced confidence in Salah’s impending exit, stating, “100 per cent, Mo Salah will definitely leave this summer.”

He suggests that a deal may have been in place last summer for Salah’s departure, with Saudi Arabia being the probable destination.

While Salah’s contract with Liverpool runs until 2025, the 31-year-old has yet to agree to fresh terms despite earlier reports hinting at his inclination to do so. Lawrenson believes that the allure of becoming one of the top earners in world football in the Saudi Pro League might sway Salah’s decision.

Reflecting on Salah’s potential departure, Lawrenson anticipates Liverpool securing a substantial fee for the Egyptian forward, which could facilitate the acquisition of new players to bolster the squad.

The speculation surrounding Salah’s future comes amidst his impressive performances this season, with the forward currently sitting in second place in the Premier League goalscoring charts despite missing recent weeks due to Africa Cup of Nations duties and a hamstring injury.

Liverpool’s recruitment strategy in response to Salah’s departure is anticipated to focus on strengthening the attacking positions, with Lawrenson highlighting promising performances from Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez, and Luis Diaz as potential successors to Salah’s role.