CONCLUDED:Mohamed transfer has been finalized today

Transfer news as the best teams in London receive a surprising boost in their quest to qualify for the Champions League but they must wait until January for Liverpool and Mohammed Salah

As Liverpool waits for another bid for star player Mohamed Salah in the upcoming months, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham are all watching with bated breaths. The winger has been the focus of a lot of conjecture this summer due to Al-Ittihad of the Saudi Pro League’s late attempt to sign him throughout the window.


The Saudi transfer deadline has passed, giving the Reds and manager Jurgen Klopp some temporary reprieve, but the Middle East remains confident. According to reports, Salah is expected to join Al-Ittihad; the only question is when.


Salah joined Liverpool in 2017 and has already scored 188 goals for the club after leaving Roma for a mere £35 million, making him one of the greatest players in league history. However, his future at Anfield is now uncertain, having signed a three-year deal just over a year ago.


By next summer, Salah will have little over a year remaining on his contract; at thirty-one, he may have one major contract remaining. Although he still scored 19 league goals, Klopp’s team had significantly underperformed at the time of the Saudi interest. Additionally, he had the joint lowest goalscoring season since his arrival.


They now have a problem because Salah’s return by Al-Ittihad is expected in January. Their initial approach of £150 million ($187 million) for him was rejected, despite their assurances that the newly sponsored side would be willing to pay more than £200 million ($240 million) to acquire him.



Al-Ahli and Al-Hilal, two other Public Investment Fund recipients, might also enter the fray in 2024 and start a real bidding war for the Egyptian. He intends to force his team back into the Champions League spots while he is still a player for Liverpool.

Salah is already back to his best after starting the season with two goals and two assists, which helped Liverpool earn a positive return of 10 points from their first four games. This fact will worry London’s elite clubs as they fight for a spot in the top four, and possibly even the top five.




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