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Kylian Mbappe’s Potential Move to Al-Hilal Sends Shockwaves Through Football World and Sparks Concern for Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah

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Kylian Mbappe’s future has been one of the biggest talking points of the summer transfer window, with the Frenchman having informed Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) that he will not be extending his contract beyond 2024. This has put the club in a difficult position where they need to sell him this summer or risk losing him for free next year. With few clubs able to afford Mbappe’s astronomical price tag, the news that a Saudi Arabian club has tabled a £259 million bid has sent shockwaves through the football world.

 

While there is currently no indication that Mbappe would be willing to make the move to Al-Hilal, the bid has alerted Liverpool fans who fear that their star player Mohamed Salah could be next on PSG’s radar. Salah has been linked with the French giants every time Mbappe’s future is in doubt, and if PSG were to sell Mbappe for such a huge fee, they would have the funds needed to potentially prise Salah away from Liverpool.

 

Salah has been a key player for Liverpool since his arrival in 2017, scoring an incredible 125 goals in just 203 appearances for the club. He has formed a lethal attacking trio with Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, helping Liverpool win the Premier League and Champions League in recent years. Liverpool fans will understandably be worried about the prospect of losing such an important player, especially just weeks before the start of the new season.

 

The huge sums of money being thrown around by the Saudi Pro League are distorting the transfer market and changing the football landscape, and not for the better. Neymar’s world-record transfer to PSG in 2017 was the first sign of the inflation that was to come, and Mbappe’s potential move for £259 million would only serve to further inflate prices.

 

Fans have already started to connect the dots…

 

The football world now looks unrecognisable from what it was just a few years ago, with the rich getting richer and the gap between the haves and have-nots growing ever wider. While it remains to be seen whether Salah or Liverpool would entertain any offers from PSG, the fact that it is even a possibility is a worrying sign for the future of the sport.

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