The England team rejected a £175 million offer from Saudi Arabia for the striker
Jürgen Klopp is clear and is not thinking about leaving the club legend
Mohamed Salah It was one of Saudi Arabia’s major goals during the last transfer market. For cultural and religious reasons as well as for a variety of sporting reasons, the exotic league is losing track of the Egyptians. Actually it is Liverpool On the last day of the market, he rejected a “crazy” offer Al Ittihad of 175 million pounds (100 million fixed plus 50 in variable).
Given this scenario Kloppwhat takes into account Salah Key element of the project, refused to let him go. He extended it until 2025 last summer and the inability to sign a guaranteed replacement with so little room for maneuver made the decision much easier for the German. However, given such an amount of money, which, according to “Transfermarkt”, is much higher than the Egyptian’s market value, namely 65 “kilos”, this opens up a debate Liverpool about what decision should be made about the 31-year-old footballer’s future if Saudi Arabia returns to power.
Has the time come to sell?
Salah He is still one of the best in the world and it is very difficult to get rid of a club legend who has given so much to the Reds in recent years. Without going into more detail, he was the key to their final victory Klopp in front of him Wolverhampton (1-3), scored all three goals.
But is it time to sell? Such an amount of money could be the immediate solution to the scenario in which the Liverpoolto be able to integrate world-class footballers who still have years ahead of them at the highest level.
KNOCK IS CLEAR
Klopp cataloged his possible departure in August from “catastrophe“And recently at a press conference he seemed upset when a journalist asked him about the Egyptian’s situation when the stock market was already over: “Are you hesitating me? Can’t you wait until December to ask these questions? I’m not worried and I wasn’t until you reopened the wound.“.
175 million per Mohamed Salah It could be viewed as an “irrefutable offer.” An opportunity to get a million for a player who arrived in 2017 for 42 million euros and, after great performances, has become one of the best players in the company’s history.
He Liverpool didn’t hesitate Fabinhowho was about to turn thirty and began to lose performance, sold him Al Ittihad for almost 50 million. Will they stand firm when Saudi Arabia once again knocks on Egypt’s door with all its economic might?