Al-Ittihad is not giving up on Mohamed Salah with increased offers, but Liverpool’s stance remains the same

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The Premier League transfer deadline ends today. Clubs are actively working on final reinforcements, and while transfers of various players are being concluded, rumors are also flying. And the Saudi Arabian threat is still smoldering.

Al-Ittihad is increasing its interest in Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian international from Liverpool, and will try to convince Jurgen Klopp to increase the amount of his offer, despite his complete denial of release, according to Rudi Galetti, an Italian journalist.

“Al-Ittihad are still pushing hard for Salah and also increased the offer to ~$130m to convince Liverpool.”

“The position of Liverpool – and of Klopp as well – remains the same: the Egyptian is not for sale and, also, there is no time to find a replacement.”

“The talks go on.”

However, Liverpool and Klopp’s attitude will never change. There is no way they would be so unplanning as to release the team’s ace at this time, and no amount of money, no matter how large, will move negotiations forward.

This summer it is unlikely, but next summer it will become a reality. The Saudi Arabian clubs that are trying to acquire him will offer even more money, and Liverpool will have to use the year to figure out a replacement…