Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad is said to be preparing a substantial €150 million (£128 million) bid for Liverpool star player, Mohamed Salah.
Despite Jurgen Klopp downplaying the rumors, Salah’s potential move to the Middle East continues to generate speculation. The reigning Saudi Pro League champions are reportedly eager to test Liverpool’s resolve with a lucrative offer for the Egyptian forward.
According to CBS, Al-Ittihad is proposing an initial offer of $108 million (£85.85 million), with an additional $54 million (£42.9 million) in performance-related bonuses.
However, as of now, The ECHO understands that Liverpool has no intention of selling the 31-year-old and has yet to receive a formal offer for his services.
Addressing Salah’s future earlier this month, the player’s agent took to Twitter, stating, “If we considered leaving LFC this year, we wouldn’t have renewed the contract last summer. Mohamed remains committed to LFC.”
While the rumors persist, it seems Salah’s commitment to Liverpool remains steadfast, as expressed by his agent. Only time will tell if Al-Ittihad’s reported bid will materialize or if Salah will continue to shine at Anfield in the foreseeable future.