Mohamed Salah allowed to start negotiations with Al Ittihad..he may follow Henderson and Fabinho

Mohamed Salah allowed to start negotiations with Al Ittihad..he may follow Henderson and FabinhoTransfers

Saudi Arabia’s financial power is raging in European soccer. Liverpool is also struggling to find replacements for Jordan Henderson and Fabinho, who were not scheduled to be released. The team is also struggling to find a replacement for Jordan Henderson and Fabinho, both of whom Liverpool had not planned to release.

Meanwhile, the transfer of Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian international who assisted Luis Diaz’s goal in the opening match of the Premier League season, is once again being reported. According to Qatari media Alkass, the Egyptian international has given the go-ahead for negotiations to begin with Al Ittihad.

However, the player’s agent, Rami Abbas Issa, has previously dismissed the transfer rumors on his social media, saying that he would not have renewed his contract last summer if he were to move this summer.

“If we considered leaving LFC this year, we wouldn’t have renewed the contract last summer. Mohamed remains committed to LFC.”

In the game against Chelsea, he scored his second goal for the team, but it was cancelled out due to an offside decision. He continued to target the goal, but in the second half, with the threat from both wings diminishing, Jurgen Klopp ordered him to be replaced by young forward Ben Doak.

Mohamed Salah, who was ordered to make the change, expressed his displeasure with this substitution. He looked and acted displeased from the moment he left the pitch and went straight to the bench without making eye contact with Klopp. 

The German conductor insists that there has been no change in the relationship, but if the reports are true, that incident was definitely the trigger.

However, the Egyptian winger is not foolish enough to make the move on that basis alone. He believes in Liverpool’s resurgence, and his ability to not only score goals but also become an assist machine is vital. Where does the future lie for Egyptian King?