Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, addresses the Mohamed Salah scenario as the Saudi Pro League transfer window closes.

The transfer window for the Saudi Pro League is later than that of the Premier League.

With over £750 million already spent on players, the Saudi Pro League has been one of the major players in the summer transfer market, and clubs there still have a few days to complete their transactions.

This summer, Jordan Henderson and Fabinho joined teams in Saudi Arabia, while Al-Ittihad, whose majority owners are the country’s extraordinarily wealthy Public Investment Fund, had Liverpool reject a £150 million offer for Mohamed Salah on the final day of the Premier League transfer window.

The star winger once again demonstrated his significance to Jurgen Klopp’s team by scoring in the Reds’ 3-0 home victory over Aston Villa on Sunday.

The Saudi Pro League window is still open, though, and nothing is stopping Al-Ittihad from coming back with a higher offer for Salah – even if Liverpool has been certain that Salah is not for sale.

Liverpool, according to the BBC, are ‘bracing’ for additional offers, although manager Jurgen Klopp has taken action to calm supporters’ concerns.

I never questioned his dedication to this team, the player told Sky Sports. “You have no idea how much commotion the world has caused, but how serene we are about it. He wants to play here and is one of our players.


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