The Egyptian international, who will be 32 next year, has already established himself as a legend at Anfield with numerous goals and assists.
The ace, who is also one of the top-selling players in the game in terms of uniform sales, has attracted interest from Saudi Arabia, and Al-Ittihad has prepared a large sum of money to acquire him.
The winger, who has terrorized some of Europe’s best clubs as part of the front three, is past his prime and will not develop exponentially from here, and at over 30 years of age, he will be forced to leave next summer if the Saudi club makes a huge offer.
Liverpool is interested in the European winger in case that happens. West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen was seen as a real possibility, but he has signed a long-term contract with his club. Therefore, the former Manchester City winger has emerged as a top target.
According to the Sunday Mirror, Liverpool is interested in Bayern Munich’s German international Leroy Sané and sees him as the first choice to succeed Mohamed Salah, and is preparing an offer that exceeds Darwin Nunez’s transfer fee.
The 27-year-old winger, who is also attracting interest from Real Madrid, has scored 45 goals and 37 assists in 144 games for the German champions, and has been a mainstay for club and national team, scoring 13 goals in 56 games for the German national team since making his debut in 2015.
During his time at Manchester City, he has an impressive 39 goals and 46 assists in 135 games and boasts a high goal scoring involvement rate. In the Premier League, he has often played on the left wing, but recently he has moved to the right wing, where he has refined his shooting after cutting in.
He has had a strong ego from a young age, as evidenced by his clash with former Liverpool forward Sadio Mane last season, and there are concerns about his ability to run around defensively and his dedication. However, his attacking skills are among the best in the world, and he has the ability to replace Egyptian King.
Will Liverpool pay big money for the German winger to solve the difficult problem of replacing Mohamed Salah?