Al-Ittihad’s Pursuit of Mohamed Salah Resumes
Saudi Pro League’s Al-Ittihad is gearing up for another attempt to secure the services of Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, who opted to stay with the Reds this summer but could reconsider a move to the Saudi league in the upcoming season.
Past Attempts and Potential Future Move
Al-Ittihad made a substantial £200 million bid for Salah towards the end of the transfer window, which Liverpool managed to fend off. However, Klopp’s potential league or Europa League triumphs might influence the sale of their key player.
Salah as Al-Ittihad’s Key Target
The DailyMail reports that the 31-year-old Egyptian forward is considered a more significant transfer target for the SPL than Cristiano Ronaldo, given his peak performance level and iconic status across the Arab world. Ronaldo’s move to Al Nassr from Manchester United last year added immediate credibility to the league.
Salah’s Impact and Status at Liverpool
Since joining Liverpool in 2017, Salah has showcased an exceptional record, scoring over 150 Premier League goals. He’s lauded as one of Liverpool’s most remarkable strikers in their history.
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