Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has played down rumours linking his club to a summer approach for Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah.
Italian reports recently tipped the Serie A giants to launch a player-plus-cash move for the Egyptian, with Paulo Dybala identified as the man that would potentially head in the opposite direction.
It would arguably take a world record offer for the Reds to part ways with their top scorer at this stage, especially on the back of Salah signing a new long-term deal in August.
Juventus have already agreed a deal that will see Aaron Ramsey earn £400,000-a-week upon his arrival from Arsenal at the end of the season.
Responding to the Salah suggestions, Paratici said: “At this moment, it’s all fantasy football, it’s only February, so nobody knows what could happen in June,” per the Echo.
“We are proud to have brought Aaron Ramsey to Juve, as he is a great signing.”
“(Dybala) is 25, he is a player of Juventus and he has already proven a lot. I am sure he will become a legend and a leader of Juve, he has the technical skills to do it.”
Salah has scored 64 goals and provided 24 assists in just 86 games across all competitions since signing from Roma in summer 2017.
Having recorded an incredible tally of 44 in the 2017/2018 campaign, he currently finds himself as Liverpool’s leading scorer with 20.
There is zero chance of Klopp letting any one of his front three leave.