Rudy Galetti, a journalist, said on Twitter that Mohamed Salah “informed” Liverpool of his desire to transfer to Al Ittihad.
According to the Italian reporter, Salah wants to begin a new phase of his football career in Saudi Arabia.
Regarding his future with Liverpool, Mohamed Salah, and Al Ittihad’s involvement
Galetti stated that Liverpool and manager Jurgen Klopp would make the final decision.
Al-Ittihad reportedly wants to sign Salah from Liverpool during the summer transfer season, according to The Guardian.
The Saudi Pro League team is prepared to extend a two-year contract and pay the Egyptian forward £282 million annually.
The 31-year-old forward’s transfer to Al-Ittihad will cost Liverpool £52 million, the report states.
Salah leaving Liverpool right now would be a huge dilemma for the Premier League team.
How will Liverpool replace the Egyptian superstar at this point?
After all, the summer transfer window is about to expire in a few days.
In addition, Salah is undoubtedly Liverpool’s most crucial player and the team’s primary goal scorer.
The ex-Chelsea player is a leader in the attack and a rock-solid performer.
If Salah left Liverpool, that would be a major problem.
We think Liverpool should make every effort to keep Salah.
🚨⏳ The next 48h will be decisive for the future of #Salah.
— Rudy Galetti (@RudyGaletti) August 26, 2023