Al Ittihad Ready to Make Last-Ditch?200m Salah Offer?

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Saudi Pro League side Al Ahli have already submitted one bid for Salah which Liverpool rejected outright, believing his future lies at Anfield.

Premier League’s summer window closed at 11pm on Friday but Saudi market remains open until later in this month.

Saudi club ready to make last-ditch?200m Salah offer

Liverpool recently rejected a PS150m offer for Mohamed Salah from Saudi Arabian giants Al Ittihad, prompting another bid from Al Ittihad for their signature player. With Al Ittihad’s spending spree underway and their desire to sign Salah as their latest acquisition in Saudi Pro League on an unprecedented spending spree, Al Ittihad could make another offer similar to David Beckham-type contract with an immense basic salary, private jet use, lucrative tourism promotion opportunities as well as investment potential into their nation.

Since moving from Roma in 2021, Mohamed Salah has become a key figure at Liverpool and a global superstar. Many consider him the greatest player ever and his earning potential could exceed any player in football history.

He has already helped Liverpool win two trophies this season and will represent Egypt at the World Cup in Russia. Fans in the Middle East will likely embrace him as their hero!

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Al Ittihad have rejected Liverpool’s PS150m offer

Saudi Pro League has proven an attractive destination for European stars this summer, including Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante who both joined Al Ittihad. But Liverpool have insisted that Mohamed Salah remains with them, with Jurgen Klopp reinforcing this stance at Friday press conference.

TalkSPORT understands that Liverpool have turned down an offer from Public Investment Fund-owned club for Egypt international Mohamed Salah of around PS150m from Public Investment Fund club, including a guaranteed sum of approximately EUR100m plus add ons which would see him break the world transfer record and secure his services as soon as possible.

But Liverpool are unlikely to give in easily and, if they cannot persuade Salah to move back home this summer, could potentially come back for him in January if two years remain on his current deal. According to Paul Merson on Soccer Saturday, Liverpool wouldn’t sell him at less than what they think he is worth.

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Al Ittihad are prepared to break the world transfer record

England’s transfer window officially closed Friday evening, while Saudi Arabia’s Pro League remains open until September 7.

Al Ittihad are prepared to break the world transfer record to secure Liverpool star Mohamed Salah. Although Jurgen Klopp remains firm in his belief that Mohamed will not be sold, Al Ittihad are prepared to break this mark if necessary.

Reportedly, Al-Ettifaq are ready to offer Mohamed Salah an attractive offer similar to David Beckham’s: PS100m annual salary and other lucrative opportunities in business and tourism. Such a move would represent yet another coup for a league which has already recruited numerous European superstars this summer (Jordan Henderson and Fabinho leaving Anfield for Steven Gerrard’s Al Ettifaq respectively).

Scott Saunders is joined this week by Graeme Bailey and Toby Cudworth on Talking Transfers to discuss the latest developments surrounding Mo Salah as well as Bayern Munich’s pursuit of Fulham midfielder Joao Palhinha, Sofyan Amrabat’s move from Barcelona to Manchester United and more!

Al Ittihad want Salah for life

Liverpool have no intentions of selling Mohamed Salah despite the attractive offer, as the Egyptian has signed a five-year contract at Anfield that runs through to 2025.

Reds want to retain Salah, especially as their chances of qualifying for Europe’s premier competition next season appear slim. Salah will play an instrumental role as they aim to achieve Premier League history’s highest goal-scoring total with his goal contribution.

Losing Salah would be devastating for Liverpool, as he is their highest-earning player. A move to Al Ittihad could make Salah one of the world’s highest earners on an expected contract that surpasses that of Neymar, Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante combined. Saudi club Al Ittihad have offered Salah unrestricted plane travel as well as potential tourism and investment promotions opportunities similar to when David Beckham joined Major League Soccer side Inter Miami back in 2007. Gulf nation Al Ittihad are hoping they can take full advantage of one of footballers with global marketability as their highest earner is currently.