Arab football never ceases to amaze every day. They continue to transfer important players and millionaires to their league.. The highlight of this summer market was Neymar’s move to Al Hilal.
Before the end of the transfer period, Ittihad, the club that plays Karim Benzema, wants to get into the table, trying to sign Mohamed Salah, one of the best players of the last 5 years, who is currently owned by Liverpool.
The English press reported on Wednesday the details of an offer the Arab club would like to offer to try and get the Egyptian’s services. About $150 million for Liverpool for a transfer, in addition to others $150 million per season for a player.
Having received such an interesting offer, Salah would be ready to negotiate with the Saudi club. That’s why Ittihad executives went to England try to make a dealThis is reported by the press of a European country. In addition, Fabinho, Salah’s former Liverpool teammate, recently signed with the same team.
Salah joined Liverpool from Roma in 2017 for $47 million. Since then, the Egyptian has scored 187 goals in 308 games and provided 81 assists; Premier League and Champions League.
Liverpool turn down offer
However, even though Salah wants to leave the Reds box, Liverpool seems not the least bit interested in accepting $150 million. which Ittihad places on the club table.
Klopp recently commented that Salah is a key player in his team and that they have no intention of accepting any offers for the Egyptian striker.
Rami Abbas himself, Salah’s spokesman, reassured Liverpool fans earlier this month. We guarantee that this summer the player will not change teams. However, given the million dollar amount that the Arab team put forward as an offer, this would make the striker doubt..
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