Sometimes you have to move on… Liverpool alumni expect Mohamed Salah to leave next summer

Sometimes you have to move on... Liverpool alumni expect Mohamed Salah to leave next summer Transfers

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah continues to be rumored to be moving to Saudi Arabia, and Al-Ittihad has been reported to be preparing an offer as high as £200 million. 

However, Jurgen Klopp has flatly denied any release, and the possibility of a move this summer has been closed.

Still, Al-Ittihad is interested. Some journalists report that other Saudi Arabian clubs may also be interested, increasing the probability of a fierce battle in the summer of 2024, and it would be a coup if the 32-year-old Egyptian winger could be sold for a large sum of money at that time.

Jamie Carragher, who has been a Liverpool man all his working life and has led the final line as a right back and center back, has also said that sometimes he has to move on, and insists that everyone involved has their eyes on 2024.

“His contract will be up before you know it. I think the feeling among most Liverpool supporters is that we have got him for one more season, rather than him going now, with no chance of bringing anyone in,”

“For all parties, it almost feels like next summer. Liverpool would still get a substantial transfer fee, they would have Salah for this season and it would give him the chance of more success.”

“Liverpool would have 12 months to think of someone, if there is anyone out there, to replace him. It is difficult to replace players of that quality, you have to try and use the funds to improve several positions. Great players come and go and sometimes you have to move on.”


The former England center back is right, Liverpool will be looking for a player to replace Egyptian King in the next 12 months. With his age, it is an inevitable task, even without the Saudi Arabia incident.

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