Al-Ittihad confident of landing Mohamed Salah as Michael Edwards is also open to sanction

Al-Ittihad confident of landing Mohamed Salah as Michael Edwards is also open to sanction Transfers

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has scored more than 20 goals in all competitions this season.As well as his high level of decision-making, he has also been a key player in breaking down opposition defensive nets with his assists, and he continues to create chances and target goals from the right wing.

However, he will turn 32 in June this year and is no longer able to move as much as he did in his prime. He also has less than a year left on his contract, which runs until June 2025, this summer. And Saudi Arabia, who showed interest in him last summer, are still looking to acquire him and a huge offer is expected to arrive.

According to HITC, the Saudi Professional League are confident that the transfer can be completed, with Egyptian King being their top priority. And Al-Ittihad’s name is reported as the most likely destination.

The club had previously tried to acquire the club last year, with several players who made their mark in Europe, including former Liverpool midfielder Fabinho. However, rumours of an exit for former French international Karim Benzema, who only joined the club last year, are smouldering and he may return to his old club Lyon.

Regardless of the French striker’s departure, Al-Ittihad has supremacy over the Egyptian winger, recognising him as a key player who can take the club forward.

Michael Edwards, who has returned to Liverpool, also understands the current situation and is reportedly preparing to sell the former Chelsea winger.

Next year, he will be released on a free transfer, and he sees the player as a last chance to make up the budget for a new era of big money, and he sees it as unavoidable to sacrifice him.

Liverpool are looking for a replacement for the Egyptian international, a winger who can also score. In any case, it will be difficult to acquire him for a cheap transfer fee, and will the future come to make good use of the proceeds from the sale of the team’s mainstay…?