Al-Ittihad planning a significant bid for Liverpool’s talented player Salah at £215m.

Al-ittihad Planning A Significant Bid For Liverpool's Talented Player Salah At £215m.

The Saudi club is rumored to be preparing a final offer to secure the services of the Egyptian striker. With two days remaining until the transfer window closes for Al-Ittihad, they are determined to not give up on signing Salah.

Liverpool recently turned down a substantial bid from Al-Ittihad for Mohamed Salah, which was rumored to be around £100m but could potentially reach £150m in total.

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The Saudi transfer window will close on September 7th, and Al-Ittihad is making every effort to secure the services of the Anfield player.

According to reports from ‘The Sun,’ the latest offer made by the Saudi club to Liverpool is £215m, and Salah would be offered a contract worth £2.45m per week. In addition, he would receive a £55,000 match-winning bonus and an ambassadorial role with three Saudi companies.

Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, has consistently stated that Salah is not for sale and that he counts on him for the upcoming season. If Salah were to leave, it would be challenging for Liverpool to find a suitable replacement for the 31-year-old striker in such a short time.

While the club remains steadfast in their decision not to sell, those close to the Egyptian international striker are open to entertaining any offers that may come their way.

Former Liverpool player Jordan Henderson, who currently plays in the Saudi Pro League for Al-Ettifaq, commented on the possible signing of Salah, stating that it will be interesting to see what happens. He praised Salah as an incredible player and person, emphasizing that his impact would be significant regardless of whether he stays at Liverpool or moves to the Saudi League. Henderson believes that Salah would be a fantastic addition to any team.

(Source: September 5, 2023)

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