Done Deal: Liverpool just sign a “striker” in place of Mohammed Salah replacement !today!

Most of Europe’s summer transfer window is already closed, but there are still deals being considered and a lot of rumors floating around. Transfer Talk provides you the most recent news on rumors, arrivals, departures, and, of course, completed transactions!


According to former England striker Darren Bent, if a new offer for Mohamed Salah totals £200 million, Liverpool must take it. If Jurgen Klopp’s team sells their talismanic star in the next days, the commentator claims they can survive until at least January.

Al-Ittihad made a sizable verbal offer to Liverpool on Friday morning, but Liverpool rejected it. The Saudi Pro League team was willing to spend up to £150 million to acquire the 31-year-old.


The Reds don’t want to sell, especially with the Premier League transfer window closing at 11 p.m. Saudi clubs still have time to complete any incomings by next Thursday, so they might still try to sign Salah.


Al-Ittihad is expected to make a second offer and is reportedly willing to pay £200 million. If that offer does come up, according to Bent, Liverpool must accept it.


On he said: “I think Liverpool have to accept it if you get to £200m. People are aware of my fervent Salah support. He is undoubtedly among the best athletes this nation has ever produced.

“Check out his scoring history. Despite criticism, he managed to score 19 goals and provide 12 assists the previous season. He costs £200 million, and I get it.

Even if the window had been open, according to Bent, Liverpool would not have been able to replace Salah with only one acquisition. He believes they ought to accept the monies right away and get ready to use them over the course of the following several windows to sign up up to four players.


He said, “There’s no point if you’re a football club, no matter how much money you’ve got, because he is pretty hard to replace unless he walks out the door and [Kylian] Mbappe comes in. There won’t be another Harry Kane after he departs from Tottenham. Salah departs from Liverpool.

But with £200 million, Liverpool will be in good shape through January, and possibly the entire season. But now that they had £200 million in their bank account, they have more time to figure out what’s going on.

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