Mo Salah’signs’ contract to leave Liverpool as FSG chooses cut-price Serie A star named ‘dream’ replacement

According to a rumor from teamtalk, Mohamed Salah will join Jurgen Klopp in leaving Anfield this summer, according to a former Liverpool teammate who believes “contracts have been signed” about the superstar’s future destination.

The Egyptian attacker is largely considered as one of the top players in the Premier League, having scored an impressive 205 goals in only 333 games since joining from Roma for a cheap £36.9 million in summer 2017. As Liverpool’s highest-paid player, it is easy to argue that the club’s triumph would not have been possible without Salah leading the line and terrorising defenders.

However, the 31-year-old’s £350,000-per-week contract with Merseyside is set to expire in the summer of 2025, leaving the club with a huge quandary over his future. And, considering the player’s great demand in Saudi Arabia, where Al-Ittihad rejected down a club-record bid of £150 million last summer, he may command one of the highest wages in international sport.

According to numerous rumors, Al-Ittihad wants Salah, recognized as the finest Muslim footballer of all time, to become the new face of Saudi football and is willing to give him more than Cristiano Ronaldo’s current weekly salary of £1.3 million. As a result, and knowing they cannot compete, Liverpool are more likely to opt to cash in on the star, with rumors suggesting the Saudis may up their offer to as much as £200 million to complete a deal.

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That is money that Liverpool owners FSG simply cannot refuse, with the money considered as an appealing sum to add to the transfer fund of any incoming new manager to replace the leaving Klopp.

Mo Salah’signed an agreement’ to quit Liverpool.

Saudi Pro League director of football Michael Emenalo has never denied that the Gulf State is anxious to sign Salah – as well as other elite players such as Kevin De Bruyne – in order to boost their product.

Speaking to Sky Sports in December, the former Chelsea player said of Salah: “Mo Salah, like [Lionel] Messi, [Karim] Benzema, [Cristiano] Ronaldo, and the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, are players that, when there is a sense of availability for them, we are willing to listen.”

“But we also realize that Mo is content with his current situation at Liverpool, which is a great and magnificent club. We appreciate that and do not want to appear to be placing any pressure on him.

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