Salah’s Potential Move to Saudi: Liverpool’s Summer Decision

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Liverpool are considering selling Mohamed Salah to a Saudi Arabian club in the upcoming summer transfer window, highlighting Salah’s Potential Move to Saudi as a strategic consideration.

Mohamed Salah is one of the priorities of the Saudi Investment Fund, which continues to target the signing of European stars this summer.

Turkish journalist Ekrem Konur confirmed through his account on the “X” platform that the Reds are seeking to sell Mohamed Salah to one of the Saudi clubs in the upcoming summer transfer window, especially since the Egyptian star will inject an important financial amount of more than 100 million euros into the team’s coffers.

Konur explained that Saudi Arabian club Al Ittihad have been pursuing Salah’s services since last summer’s transfer window.

It is noteworthy that Salah has one season left on his contract with Liverpool, which encourages the team to sell him and benefit financially from him, and the player’s future is expected to be decided in the next few days. The Egyptian international had renewed his contract with the Reds in the summer of 2022 after the player’s fantastic performances with the team.

Al-Ittihad had expressed interest in Mohamed Salah last summer, but Liverpool management rejected the offer due to the lack of an alternative capable of replacing the player.

Ekrem Konur said that Liverpool is interested in the services of 23-year-old Wolverhampton player Pedro Neto and 22-year-old Crystal Palace player Michael Olise to replace the Egyptian Mohamed Salah.

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