Liverpool could now Lose a key player for a bargain £70 million in 2024

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Mohamed Salah of Liverpool FC celebrates scoring his third goal during the UEFA Champions League group A match between Rangers FC and Liverpool FC at Ibrox Stadium
Mohamed Salah(Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images)

Mohamed Salah is probably going to join the Saudi Pro League soon, according to recognized Egyptian footballing Legend Mido. This is due to the fact that Salah has just two a couple of years left on his contract with Liverpool, one of the top Premier League teams.

For the months ahead, Liverpool fans can breathe a sigh of relief as the Saudi transfer window recently closed. It is necessary to understand that the ongoing “Salah to Saudi” story is far from over. Also, in such situations, the  Rich Middle Easterners frequently succeed in obtaining their desired outcomes.

Mohamed Salah celebrating his goal for Liverpool
Mohamed Salah (Credits Images)

“First and foremost, Mohamed Salah is one of the best players on the planet,” Michael Emenalo, the Saudi Pro League’s director, told Sky Sports after Al-Ittihad failed with a £150 million bid for the Egyptian.”

“I’ve said before, privately and publicly, that we welcome anybody that wants to come to the SPL. That includes Salah.”

“We close no doors. And if the opportunity is there to do things and do it well, and it brings Mo Salah to the SPL, we’ll be very grateful.”

At the end of this year, Mohamed Salah will have less than a year remaining on his contract with the Reds. Mido, who has represented Egypt in over 50 international matches from 2001 to 2009, predicts that his fellow Egyptian superstar will likely finish his impressive stint at Anfield relatively soon. Salah is expected to leave for a fee considerably lower than the astonishing £150 million that Al-Ittihad had proposed at the end of the transfer window.

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“Mohamed Salah will go to the Saudi Pro League. But it will be a good thing if he manages to win the Premier League title first this season,” King Fut quotes Mido.

“After the next season, he will have only one season left on his contract with Liverpool. Next year, Liverpool will not be able to ask for more than £70 80 or 100 million for the sale of Mohamed Salah.”

“Especially with only one year remaining on his contract.”

Finding a player who can have the same impact and goal-scoring record as Salah would be a difficult task for the Reds. However, a former Liverpool player believes that Salah’s exit might present two individuals with the ability to successfully fill his position with a huge opportunity.

Mohamed Salah for Liverpool
Mohamed Salah (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images)

‘A Remarkable Football Talent’

“Liverpool will be weaker if Salah goes. What they won’t have is that reliability that he gives you, even when he’s playing badly. He does it year-in, year-out,” talkSPORT quotes Murphy.”

“He scores consistently, 25-plus goals. He’s an incredible footballer.”

“What I think you would find is that, if Gakpo or Jota were to fill in on the right-hand side of Salah’s left, what you would find is their output would become greater. There is an argument to be made that, like what Henderson did when Steven Gerrard left, the flower blooms more because they are allowed more game time and more space. A bigger platform, if you like.”

“So, I think Liverpool would cope fine.”


By Brian Anderson

Hi myself Brian, I am a second-year student at Symbiosis Centre of Management Studies, Noida, pursuing a BBA degree. I am a multi-faceted individual with a passion for various hobbies, including cricket, football, music, and sketching. Beyond my hobbies, I possess a keen interest in literature, particularly fictional books, and channels my creativity into content writing. I am constantly exploring the realms of both business administration and the world of imagination through my diverse pursuits.

1 comment

  1. If Liverpool get Champions League place by end of season then the loss in revenue from Sale of Salah this summer will be minimal compared his shirt sales, contribution to the club and his achievements…..
    On top of that there is still the possibility of a bidding war between, Al Ittihad, Al Hilal and Al Nasser as it’s been documented that the other two maybe interested if Al Ittihad weren’t successful this summer.
    Role on bidding war

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