Unless Mohamed Salah wants to leave Liverpool…Saudi clubs reluctant to make another offer

Unless Mohamed Salah wants to leave Liverpool...Saudi clubs reluctant to make another offer Transfers

In the second half of last year’s transfer window, Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ittihad showed their persistence in acquiring Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah and made an offer in excess of £100 million. 

However, the offer was rejected and he has continued to play an ace role at Anfield this season.

The Egyptian winger has shown great skill as a penalty kicker and chance-maker, but his age is no match for him and he has not shown the ability to toy with left-backs as he did in his prime, and his departure has caused a stir.

Nevertheless, Liverpool have no intention of releasing him and the player is believed to want to compete in Europe. Saudi Arabia will not force an offer, as they did last year, and will not make a move for the player unless Egyptian King chooses to go to the Middle East, according to international media outlet Sky Sports.

Unlike last summer, when the Saudi Professional League acquired a well-known veteran player, it appears to be pushing for investment in young players and intends to take the next step. However, this does not mean that interest in Mohamed Salah has disappeared.

What will the Egyptian international, who will turn 32 this June, choose to do this summer…?