Liverpool has a strong five-piece lineup with Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, Cody Gakpo, and Mohamed Salah. Harvey Elliott can also play on the wing, and young FW Ben Doak is developing rapidly.
Liverpool has one of the best forward lines in the Premier League, but the Egyptian winger has received strong interest from Saudi Arabia, and a huge offer is likely to come in this winter or next summer. The team’s ace, who will be 32 next year, could be released, depending on the price.
Aside from domestic league players such as England international Jarrod Bowen and Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Pedro Neto, who have signed long-term contracts with West Ham, various other winger names have emerged in the media, and a new target has emerged.
According to Anfield Watch, Liverpool is interested in Jordanian forward Mousa Al-Tamari of Montpellier and is following the player’s movements. A left-handed forward who primarily plays on the right wing, he is expected to play the same role as Egyptian King.
The 26-year-old winger, who sought a new home in France from OH Leuven (Belgium) during this summer’s transfer window, has three goals and two assists in six games. He has scored 13 goals in 54 games for the Jordanian national team and boasts a high decision-making rate.
The midfielder, who has participated in the Europa League and Champions League qualifiers during his time at APOEL Nicosia (Cyprus), is clearly not the right replacement for Mohamed Salah, and it is unlikely that Liverpool will make a move for him.
We will only enjoy reading this article and will keep an eye on who will replace the Egyptian winger.