Al-Ittihad’s Audacious £200 Million Bid for Mohamed Salah

In a bold move that defies Jurgen Klopp’s warnings, Al-Ittihad has reportedly crafted a staggering £200 million offer for Mohamed Salah.

The Saudi Arabian club is undeterred by the Liverpool manager’s cautionary words and is determined to make the Egyptian winger the most expensive footballer in history.

They plan to relentlessly pursue this goal until the transfer window closes next Thursday.

Liverpool’s Firm Stance

Liverpool, however, remains resolute in their determination not to part ways with Salah, despite the immense offer on the table.

Earlier in the transfer window, Al-Ittihad had reportedly presented a £150 million bid, which Liverpool promptly rejected.

Klopp, addressing reporters before news of the £200 million bid surfaced, reiterated his unwavering stance, stating, “Absolutely no doubt about that.

No offer as far as I know.”

Klopp’s Concerns About Saudi Spending Spree

Jurgen Klopp has been vocal about his concerns regarding the exorbitant spending by Saudi clubs in this summer transfer window.

He has also expressed his apprehension that the continued openness of their transfer window could disrupt several European teams.

Klopp remarked, “I think the next two weeks will show how much of a challenge it is because whatever happens there, obviously, nobody can react any more.”

He called for organizations like UEFA to monitor the situation closely, emphasizing the need to protect the integrity of the game and maintain the strength of European leagues.

Liverpool’s Deadline Day Aspirations

While the Salah transfer saga unfolds, Liverpool has its own plans for deadline day.

Ryan Gravenberch is set to undergo a medical examination on Friday afternoon, paving the way for a £34 million move from Bayern Munich.

As the day progresses, Liverpool fans eagerly await updates on both Gravenberch’s potential arrival and the ongoing negotiations with Al-Ittihad over Salah’s future.

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