Everton’s “former” Chief Executive on Mohamed Salah’s move to Saudi Arabia from a business point of view

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Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has been the subject of continuous reports of interest from Saudi Arabia since last summer.

In addition to Al-Ittihad, who at the time tried to acquire the Egyptian winger, it is increasingly likely that Al Hilal, with Neymar and Ruben Neves, will also present an offer.

Meanwhile, Liverpool is reportedly open to extending the player’s contract and wants to keep him at Anfield beyond June 2025. His departure is yet to be confirmed, as reports exist that the Reds will use the hefty transfer fee to finance the creation of a new team as coach Jurgen Klopp is stepping down.

Egyptian King has less than a year remaining on his contract this summer, but Keith Wyness, who has served as chief executive officer at Everton, Aston Villa, and Aberdeen, referred to the transfer saga surrounding the player from a managerial perspective and said that a move to Saudi Arabia would be financially viable.

“Liverpool have obviously paid Mo Salah’s amortisation down,”

“So there will be money available there if he goes this summer.”

“I think he probably will go to Saudi from what I understand.”

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A huge offer was made last summer, and it is highly likely that a comparable offer will be made to Liverpool this summer.

This is the club’s last chance to sell, and the owners, along with the new sporting director and new manager, will have a difficult decision to make.

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