Liverpool’s pursuit of Mohamed Salah has shown signs of becoming a frustrating transfer saga yet it seems the club could look to reach an agreement for the Egyptian this weekend.
The Reds have adopted a somewhat relaxed approach for the winger, despite having failed to meet Roma’s reported £35million asking price for the winger.
Salah’s agent Ramy Abass has been in London this week supposedly looking to progress negotiations with Liverpool and leave things at a position where the club coming back with an improved offer is all that is now required.
It seems that could in fact happen with reliable Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol taking to Twitter to inform fans of the latest news coming from his colleagues in Italy.
Sky in Italy: Roma expecting Liverpool to come back with an improved offer for Mohamed Salah this weekend closer to their £35m asking price
— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) 16 June 2017
The deal could surpass the £35million paid for Andy Carroll and make Salah the most expensive player in Liverpool’s history- something that could be repeated this summer with Jurgen Klopp also targeting £50million-rated Naby Keita.
A lengthy process has made the deal one that fans are eager to see completed with the former Chelsea man promising to be an explosive addition to an already exciting attacking setup at Anfield.
Time to get this one over the line, Reds.