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Why the situation on Mohamed Salah is not straightforward



Why the situation on Mohamed Salah is not straightforward

The future of Liverpool’s prolific forward, Mohamed Salah, is once again under scrutiny as his latest social media post ignites speculation about a potential move to the Saudi Pro League.

The 31-year-old Egyptian King’s future has been a subject of intense interest, with Al Ittihad reportedly poised to make a substantial £118 million bid for his services before the Saudi Pro League transfer window closes on September 30, as per sources cited by the Daily Mail.

Despite swirling rumors, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has sought to downplay the notion of Salah departing Anfield. Moreover, Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas Issa, emphasized earlier this month that the winger remains devoted to Liverpool and the club’s ambitions.

Salah has now fueled further speculation through a cryptic social media post. The Liverpool star posted an image featuring scientist and author Dr. Joe Dispenza on his tablet. The image originates from Dispenza’s appearance on the Jay Shetty Podcast in May, during which he discussed pathways to achieving success.

The intrigue surrounding the post centers on a particular quote from the podcast’s outset, where Dispenza remarked, ‘Most people lose their free will.’ This intriguing message has prompted fans to question if there exists a hidden meaning behind Salah’s choice to share this particular content.

Why the situation on Mohamed Salah is not straightforward

Offering insights into Salah’s situation, prominent journalist David Ornstein of The Athletic commented that while predicting outcomes in the football industry is challenging, the prospect of Salah moving to Saudi Arabia should not be entirely ruled out.

Ornstein remarked,

“I’ve given up predicting what will happen in this industry, let alone this story. The interest from Al-Ittihad is so concrete that you’d suspect they’ll keep trying until the end of this window, possibly until the end of the Saudi Pro League window on the 20th of September.”

Liverpool’s official stance on Salah has been unequivocal – he is not available for transfer.

The club recently shared an image on Twitter depicting Salah smiling during training, seemingly reinforcing their commitment to retaining the forward.

Ornstein added,

“For all intents and purposes, as far as they’re concerned, he will be continuing with them, playing at the weekend and then on they go. But you wouldn’t put it past Al-Ittihad, the Saudi Pro League, one of the PIF clubs to make a late surge before the window closes.”

While the situation remains fluid and open to various possibilities, Salah’s social media post has only added to the intrigue surrounding his potential departure from Liverpool. As the transfer window edges toward its conclusion, fans and pundits alike await further developments with bated breath.