Liverpool will soon receive a RECORD-BREAKING bid for Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah, Liverpool (Photo by Matt McNulty/Getty Images)
Mohamed Salah, Liverpool (Photo by Matt McNulty/Getty Images) /

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp should soon expect to receive a record-shattering bid for his best player and asset Mohamed Salah.

Liverpool performed excellent in the summer transfer market. Not only did they replace the right players with even better upgrades but they managed to keep ahold of their prized assets. Despite heavy interest from elsewhere, Jurgen Klopp managed to defend his time with Mohamed Salah at all costs.

Although, the saga isn’t complete. Salah is still a wanted man, despite him committing to Liverpool in the summer. Having started the season well, the interest in Salah from wealthy clubs has only increased, therefore, expect him to be the talk of the January transfer window.

Liverpool prepared for a record breaking £216m bid for Mohamed Salah

According to a report from Fichajes (via 90min), Saudi Pro League side Al-Ittihad is preparing a whopping £216m bid for Mohamed Salah. It is certainly a record breaking bid and one which would change the entire landscape of the football market.

Certainly, Mohamed Salah is a valued player at Liverpool. In fact, he has cemented his legacy as a legend at the historic club already. Therefore, fans won’t want to see him leave and neither will Jurgen Klopp. But at the end of the day, there are just some offers which you can’t refuse, regardless of how much you love the player.

Imagine the business which Liverpool could carry out with this amount of money. Not only could they invest heavily into a younger replacement, the club could make a plethora of world-class signings with that money.

Let us bear in mind that Mohamed Salah is 31 years old and isn’t getting any younger. Therefore, the possibility of losing him must become accepted and embraced by Liverpool.

In other news, Salah’s replacement may have already been found in this ex Arsenal academy starlet.

Do you think Liverpool would sell Mohamed Salah for £216m?