Liverpool: Salah’s next club could be decided in ‘incredible’ fashion at Anfield

Liverpool have rejected a £100million bid from Al-Ittihad for Mohamed Salah,leaving them with little time to find a replacement. Salah was considered indispensable for Liverpool.

The financial point of view of selling Salah for over £100 million makes sense for Liverpool, but if they can’t sign a replacement, money ultimately doesn’t matter.

Next summer, Salah could consider joining the Saudi Pro League due to the financial package available.

Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad are expected to push for his signature, with negotiators strategically deciding which club best suits Salah.

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has attracted interest from Saudi Arabia this summer, and journalist Ben Jacobs has given GIVEMESPORT an update on what could happen when the transfer window reopens.

The Reds managed to keep their talisman after the Saudi window closed earlier this month.
Liverpool Transfer News – Mohamed Salah

Anfield fans would have been waiting nervously to see whether their club could fend off Middle Eastern interest and convince Salah to stay on Merseyside this season.

According to journalist David Ornstein, Liverpool rejected a bid of more than £100 million from Al-Ittihad towards the end of the English transfer window, leaving the Reds little time to find a replacement.

Journalist Jacobs then told GIVEMESPORT that we could see Al-Ittihad return with another offer as they were not willing to give up.

Yet Liverpool shows no signs of giving in and considers the Egyptian indispensable.

A bid of over £100m for a player who is now 31 could have made financial sense as Liverpool are unlikely to ever receive a sum like that again.

However, it’s totally fine if a large fee is deposited into their bank account, but if you can’t sign for a replacement, the amount of money ultimately doesn’t matter.

However, next summer or even January, when the Merseyside club can use the money to replace him, it might be wise for the Reds to cash in if Salah is interested in a move.

Countless players have packed their bags and headed to the Middle East, including superstars such as Neymar and Karim Benzema.

Several clubs will compete to sign Mohamed Salah – Ben Jacobs

Salah will be another year older next summer and will be approaching the end of his contract at Anfield.

Understandably, as his career enters its final stages, the Egypt international may consider a move to the Saudi Pro League due to the financial package available.

According to talkSPORT, Salah has been offered around £127 million a year to move.

Jacobs suggested that Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad will be among the clubs pushing to re-sign Salah next year.

The journalist suggests that interest in Salah has certainly not disappeared, even if the window is now closed. Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, Jacobs said…

“The interesting thing about the Salah affair is that Al-Ittihad pushed too late because they wanted Salah for the Club World Cup.

But they are also aware that in a year they might no longer be in the front row.”

.PIF club to get Salah, could actually be Al-Hilal. Who gets Salah could also be defined by who wins the league.

So there are a lot of moving parts in these deals and, believe it or not, the club is often awarded by the dealmakers quite late.

So Al-Ittihad may have missed out on Salah, it all just depends on them winning the league title. And where the negotiators think it is best to place Salah.

Before Neymar’s arrival, Al-Hilal also had Salah on the roster. In the rankings, Lionel Messi came first, Neymar second and Salah third, as many clubs have to declare who they want and rank the names efficiently.

So if Neymar hadn’t chosen Al-Hilal, Al-Hilal would probably also have chosen Salah this summer.

And I think next summer there will be some sort of battle in Saudi Arabia to get Salah and the negotiators will have to decide where the club is best placed strategically to place him, because like I said, it’s as well as business works for some of them. them.”

Who could replace Salah at Liverpool?
In reality, Liverpool fans may have to accept that whoever replaces Salah won’t be at the same level.

However, it should also be remembered that Salah was not the player he has become over the years since his arrival at Anfield.

So there is no reason why a worse player can’t grow up and become a great Liverpool player. West Ham United winger Jarrod Bowen is reportedly being considered by Liverpool.

Of course, there’s no denying that Bowen is a downgrade compared to Salah, but under the tutelage of Jurgen Klopp, he could take his game to the next level. It might be a little disappointing for Liverpool fans, but as mentioned the club will struggle to find a player as good as Salah.

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