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Mo Salah “signs” a contract to depart from Liverpool as FSG chooses a low-cost A Serie A player as the “dream” substitute

Mohamed Salah, a prominent player for Liverpool, will be leaving Anfield this summer along with Jurgen Klopp, according to a former teammate who says “contracts have been signed” about the player’s future.

Mo Salah has agreed to leave Liverpool for Saudi Arabia claims a former teammate

The Egyptian striker, who signed a lucrative £36.9 million contract with Roma in the summer of 2017, is considered by many to be among the top players in the Premier League. He has scored an incredible 205 goals in just 333 games. It is easy to argue that Liverpool would not have experienced the success they have without Salah leading their line and frightening opponents. Salah is the highest paid player at Anfield.

The 31-year-old’s £350,000-per-week contract on Merseyside is scheduled to expire in the summer of 2025, which presents a significant challenge for the Merseysiders about his future. Furthermore, considering the player’s great demand in Saudi Arabia—Al-Ittihad rejected a club-record £150 million offer last summer—he may be able to earn one of the highest salaries in all of sport.

According to numerous reports, Al-Ittihad is willing to pay Salah more than the £1.3 million that Cristiano Ronaldo presently receives each week in order to make him the new face of Saudi football. Salah is widely considered to be the greatest Muslim football player of all time.

Liverpool will probably decide to cash in on the player as a result of realizing they can’t compete, and there are rumors that the Saudis may increase their offer to £200 million in order to complete a deal.

The owners of Liverpool, FSG, are unable to refuse that money because it is viewed as an alluring sum to add to the transfer fund of any incoming manager who takes over for outgoing Klopp.
Mo Salah’signed deal’ to depart from Liverpool.

Michael Emenalo, the director of football for the Saudi Pro League, has never hidden the fact that the Gulf State is keen to sign Salah and other elite players, like Kevin De Bruyne, in order to bolster their product even more.

When speaking to Sky Sports in December, the former Chelsea player said the following about Salah: “superstars like Kevin De Bruyne, [Lionel] Messi, [Karim] Benzema, and [Cristiano] Ronaldo, like Mo Salah, these are superstars that when there is a sense of availability for them, we are willing to listen.

However, we equally recognize that Mo is content in his current situation and that Liverpool is a fantastic, historic club. We really appreciate it, and we don’t want to appear to be placing any pressure on him.

“But Mo Salah is a player you want in your league, in any league, if there’s any interest to do something about it.”

Now, Salah has reportedly already reached an agreement to depart Liverpool this summer, according to Mido, a former star player for Egypt who is currently a popular pundit in his native country.

On X, the former attacker for Tottenham and Middlesbrough wrote: “Mohamed Salah will play in the Saudi League next season.”

“Signing of contracts has occurred.”

Although Mido did not say which club Salah will join, it is generally assumed that it would be Al-Ittihad, who had been Salah’s longtime suitor.

The Riyadh-based team is anticipated to make significant summer investments after falling a whopping 22 points behind Al-Hilal, the current league champions.
Rome winger to take Salah’s spot at Anfield

It appears that Liverpool has already decided who they want to replace the Egyptian in their attack this summer, according to sources from Italy.

Furthermore, a deal to recruit long-term goal Federico Chiesa will be much less expensive than first anticipated, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

This is due to the fact that the 26-year-old, who can play as a No 10 or off the flank, has stated he is unlikely to continue with Juventus into the summer when his contract expires.

As a result, it’s reported a deal as little as €40m (£34.2m) will convince Juve to cash in on the 62-goal star this summer and in the belief a deal will be relatively easy to strike.

With that in mind, the report claims FSG have already made contact with the player’s agents to discuss a potential ‘dream’ move to Merseyside for the 44-times capped Italy winger.

Chiesa, while not as prolific as Salah, still has eight goals and one assist from 19 appearances so far this season.

And FSG believe that with Chiesa added to an attack that already boasts the likes of Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, Cody Gakpo, Diogo Jota – as well as upcoming youngsters like Jayden Danns and Lewis Koumas – will prove enough of a lure for any incoming new manager.

In terms of a Klopp replacement, TEAMtalk revealed on Wednesday that an approach has now been made to Xabi Alonso, who has been offered an initial three-year deal to succeed the German.

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