Mohamed Salah’s move to Saudi Arabia is a done deal, Paul Robinson said

Mohamed Salah's move to Saudi Arabia is a done deal, Paul Robinson said Transfers

Mohamed Salah has scored many goals as a member of the front line along with Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, and other forwards who have already left the club. He will be 32 years old by the end of this year, but he is still an ace in the game, scoring and assisting from the right wing.

It is said that Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ittihad is keen on acquiring the Egyptian King, and is reportedly preparing an offer of 150 million pounds.

Former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson, who played for Tottenham Hotspur and other clubs, has said that he has already decided to go to the Middle East.

“For me, it’s a done deal,”

“For his personal ambitions, his personal wealth and for his hereditary wealth to leave for his family.

“Not just that, but because of his religious beliefs. Playing in that league, he will be an icon.

“Cristiano Ronaldo was taken over there at the start of it all, but he can’t play forever.

“Mohamed Salah, in that league, tops Ronaldo. The interest that it spikes and the revenue that he brings to that league.

“That will be the biggest deal that the Premier League has ever seen, I have no doubt.”

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The search for a successor to the Egyptian winger, who remains under contract until June 2025, is underway, but few players have as much influence and determination as he does, and it would be a shame to let him go this year.

However, Liverpool should be looking to extend his contract, as he will be available on a free transfer next year.

However, if the Saudis were to offer as much money as reported and the former Roma forward were to request a transfer, it would be difficult for Liverpool to refuse.

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