!!I must Leave!! Mohammed Salah revealed dream Club after transfer decision to Saudi club concluded

Al Ittihad of Saudi Arabia has now made a bid for Mohamed Salah, a forward for Liverpool. But the Reds’ position is obvious, and the Egyptians’ should be too.


A target for Saudi Arabia was always likely to be Mohamed Salah sooner rather than later. He would be a more significant coup than Cristiano Ronaldo or Neymar since he is a player in his prime and is happy with life at Anfield.


Salah will absolutely not be allowed to leave Liverpool at this time, but Al Ittihad has moved. The Athletic first reported the rejection of a bid worth a total of $190 million (£150 million/€175 million), or an initial $127 million (£100 million/€117 million).

Even though Liverpool sees the situation as resolved, journalist Ben Jacobs claims (on Twitter/X) that a second bid worth $222 million (£175 million/€205 million) is on the way. At this point in the transfer window, when finding a replacement would be impossible, even it won’t be sufficient for a sale.



In the end, Salah should know the truth. He came to Liverpool as a speed merchant who had scored a lot of goals in Serie A, but it became clear very quickly that he was going to change how wingers are viewed in the modern era.


The Egyptian scored 44 goals from the right flank during his first year at Anfield. With 187 goals to his name, he has distinguished himself as one of Liverpool’s all-time great players and emerged as their main wide-area goal threat.

Salah, who is now 31 years old, is still having a significant impact. He continues to have a spotless injury record, although his physical condition is many years below his real age.






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