Liverpool immediately rejects “over £100 million” verbal offer from Saudi Arabia for Mohamed Salah

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

Egyptian international Mohamed Salah has scored over “300” goals since joining Liverpool from AS Roma in 2017. The Egyptian King, who agreed to a contract extension until 2025 last summer, is the subject of strong interest from Saudi Arabia, which continues to add major reinforcements this summer.

Al Ittihad, which acquired Brazilian midfielder Fabinho from Liverpool, has not given up on pursuing the player, despite Jurgen Klopp’s statement that the club will not sell him. While it was said that Al Ittihad were preparing a huge offer due to their abundant financial resources, it seems that a verbal offer was presented to Liverpool.

According to The Athletic, a phone call was made to Fenway Sports Group president Michael Gordon on Thursday night, and an approach was made for over £100 million  plus substantial add-ons, which was immediately rejected.

However, it appears that Saudi Arabia’s interest is still ongoing, and the possibility of further big-money offers in the future cannot be ruled out.

The transfer window will soon close. Liverpool will not let go of their ace now, and there is no future for him in the Middle East.