As personal terms agreed, Real Madrid star Rodrigo to Liverpool “Might” be a done deal ahead of January transfer window

According to Spanish media, Liverpool is considering using Rodrygo of Real Madrid as a potential Mohamed Salah substitute.

After Al-Ittihad’s substantial offers for Salah were rejected in the summer, the Egyptian club legend is still being linked to a move to Saudi Arabia.


According to recent sources, the Saudi giants, who reportedly offered up to €200 million in order to entice the 31-year-old to the Pro League, may now be willing to spend even more. The Reds’ unwillingness to consider the absurd offers for the veteran has received a lot of attention, but despite their steadfast stance, it is anticipated that their determination will once again be put to the test in January or the summer.

If Salah leaves, Liverpool will have money to spend on a successor. Kylian Mbappe and Vinicius Jr. have both been mentioned as possible candidates to succeed Salah at Anfield. However, one of the latter’s colleagues is also being considered by Jurgen Klopp and company.

Rodrygo, Reds eye
According to Fichajes, Rodrygo has been added to the shortlist of prospective Salah replacements Liverpool’s recruitment team has created. According to the Spanish publication, the 22-year-old’s future at Real Madrid is in doubt, and Los Blancos would be open to considering offers should the chance to sign Kylian Mbappe arise.

The dynamic attacker played like a man possessed at the end of the previous season, but he has had trouble regaining that form so far this season. The Brazilian has only scored once thus far, despite having more than enough opportunities.

Salah would still cost a lot of money, despite Real’s apparent readiness to let him go; nevertheless, Liverpool won’t be concerned about that if he leaves. Los Blancos will reportedly seek more than €100 million for Rodrygo, according to the article, and the Reds “could face difficulties in completing the operation.”

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