Liverpool is looking at Mohammed Kudus as a successor to Mohamed Salah

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Egypt’s Mohamed Salah is the man Saudi Arabia are keen on. Furthermore, since turning 30, his speed and agility have declined, and the way he played in his late twenties is a shadow of his former self. Nevertheless, he remains the team’s ace and his ability to create chances, in addition to his decisiveness, has increased.

Liverpool, meanwhile, are searching for the player’s successor and continue to scout the skills and development of a list of young wingers from the European axis. The aim is to secure at least one attacker in this summer’s transfer market.

According to Football Transfers, Liverpool have identified West Ham United’s Ghana midfielder Mohamed Kudus as a possible replacement for Egyptian King, and he appears to be a priority among a number of targets.

He played at the Qatar World Cup and joined the London club last summer. His reputation has grown rapidly over the past year, with a strong, forceful body balance, a powerful shot from his left foot and the ability to make decisions in the penalty area.

In his first season in the Premier League last season, he played not only as an attacking midfielder, but also as a left/right winger and centre forward, and his versatility in a number of positions up front is an attractive feature of his game.

His ability to play a number of positions up front is an attractive feature, although his slow return when defending is a concern, but he would certainly be a valuable asset for a top English club.

Will Liverpool, looking to strengthen their front line, be serious about acquiring the 23-year-old Ghanaian midfielder?

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