Last summer, the Saudi Professional League made aggressive reinforcements. The team welcomed famous players who had been active in Europe, such as Karim Benzema, Fabinho, Neymar, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, and Riyad Mahrez.
Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian international, was also a constant target, and Al Ittihad was eager to acquire him and was prepared to pay a lot of money for him.
However, Liverpool consistently refused to sell and talks of a move to Saudi Arabia seemed to be coming to an end, but it appears that contact from the Middle East will cease again this summer.
According to 90min, Al Hilal, who are leading the league this summer, are the most eager to acquire the player, after prefacing that Egyptian King is happy at Anfield and hinting at the possibility of a contract renewal.
Even at 31 years of age, the Anfield ace is unwavering in his position. He has scored goals from the right wing and assisted Darwin Nunez and others with his two-footed last passes. He is a dominant presence in the attacking lineup.
The club has a number of well-known players, including Brazilian international Neymar, Serbian international Aleksandar Mitrovic, Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, and Portuguese midfielder Ruben Neves, and they would like to bring Egyptian King to their ranks as well.
Will the former Roma player continue his life in Liverpool, or will he make a new life in Saudi Arabia?