R.I.P: Liverpool talisman Muhammad Salah lost his only daughter this morning as Fabrizio Romano revealed the cause of her DEATH 

R.I.P: Liverpool talisman Muhammad Salah lost his only daughter this morning as Fabrizio Romano revealed the cause of her DEATH 

 

 

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Liverpool: Fabrizio Romano drops major Mohamed Salah update at Anfield

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AMOS MURPHY

PUBLISHED

Liverpool could face major fight on their hands to keep star player.

 

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp clapping

Liverpool could now face a fight against time to persuade Mohamed Salah to remain at the club this summer because of one persuading factor, transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has exclusively revealed to GIVEMESPORT.

 

Salah is subject to interest from the Saudi Pro League, with a decision on his future expected to be made in the coming days.

 

Liverpool transfer news – Mohamed Salah

A nightmare scenario that could turn into reality for Jurgen Klopp and Co. at Anfield, with the rumours linking Salah to a Saudi switch refusing to go away. The Liverpool talisman has been crucial to the Reds’ fortunes over the last half-a-decade and more, but could his time on Merseyside now be coming towards an end?

 

According to The Daily Mail, perhaps. It’s reported by the reliable outlet that an astronomical bid of £118 million is being tabled by Saudi side Al-Ittihad, as they prepare for a transfer that could send shockwaves across world football. The story suggests that Saudi chiefs have already travelled to Europe in the hope of getting a deal across the line, with Salah himself having reassured the Middle Eastern representatives he is open to making the move.

 

Klopp was unsurprisingly blunt when asked about the possibility of his Liverpool talisman leaving for Saudi Arabia, with the German boss replying ‘the answer would be no’.

 

But given the finances involved, there is a growing feeling that neither Salah nor Liverpool would be able to turn down an offer for Liverpool’s Egyptian king.

 

Liverpool – Summer Signings

 

Fee

 

Alexis Mac Allister – Brighton

 

£35m

 

Dominik Szoboslai – RB Leipzig

 

£60m

 

Wataru Endo – VfB Stuttgart

 

£16.2m

 

All fees via Sky Sports

 

What has Fabrizio Romano said about Mohamed Salah and Liverpool?

When quizzed by GIVEMESPORT about the chances of Salah leaving the Premier League for pastures new this summer, transfer guru Romano admitted they were higher than most expected. Hinting that Salah could have his head turned by the proposal on offer by Al-Ittihad, the Italian journalist suggested this is a story that could continue to gather pace over the coming days.

 

On the current state of play, Romano said: “From Al-Ittihad, they insist on saying that they will try until the very end, so they have no intention of giving up, at least as of today.

 

“They want to try and they are tempting the player with an incredible proposal, because the salary they’re offering is close to what they’re paying in Saudi Arabia to Cristiano Ronaldo.

 

“So this shows the ambition and the intention to try this deal for Salah. Al-Ittihad will insist, but at the moment, Liverpool remain in a strong position.”

 

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What’s next for Liverpool this summer?

While their star man may be being targetted as part of a big-money move, Liverpool themselves are pushing to bring players in before tomorrow’s European transfer deadline.

 

It’s reported that Bayern Munich’s Ryan Gravenberch has emerged as a player of interest for Klopp, who is said to be enchanted by the midfielder’s versatility. Gravenberch was on the list of midfield targets for Liverpool last summer, but the youngster eventually decided on a switch to Bayern Munich for a fee in the region of £20 million.

 

Romano told GIVEMESPORT earlier this week that Liverpool are likely to be working ‘behind the scenes’ to get this deal done and complete what has been a successful summer of transfer dealings.

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Amos Murphy

(1143 Articles Published)

Freelance writer for GIVEMESPORT, covering Premier League and European football transfer stories.

 

A graduate in Sports Journalism, Amos has covered football across the continent for a number of years, from the Champions League to non-League and everything else in between.

 

Amos enjoys watching football and has held a season ticket at Manchester City since the early 2000s. Alongside his love for boyhood club City, Amos is also an avid groundhopper and has visited over 80 different stadiums across Europe.

 

Outside of football, Amos is an avid follower of cricket, with soft spots for both the men’s and women’s England sides, alongside Lancashire.

 

 

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