Liverpool fans will love Klopp’s response to Salah question amid interest from Saudi Arabia

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Liverpool fans may have become somewhat uncertain about the future of Mo Salah in the last 24 hours or so with Saudi outfit Al-Ittihad having ‘concrete interest’ in signing the Egyptian King.

Numerous stars from European football have completed moves to the Middle East this summer with eye-watering wages on offer.

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The Reds have already lost Fabinho, Bobby Firmino and Jordan Henderson to the Saudi Pro League but Jurgen Klopp has now made it clear that our No. 11 will not be going anywhere (in comments relayed by The Athletic’s James Pearce on X).

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Since signing for Liverpool from Roma in 2017 the 31-year-old has become recognised as one of the best players in the world.

He’s scored a staggering amount of goals (187 in 307 appearances) and it’s fair to say that the success we’ve tasted in recent years wouldn’t have been possible without the former Chelsea man.

There was uncertainty about Salah’s future last summer until he penned a new deal until 2026.

And with the interest being shown in him from the Middle East the Egypt international’s agent spoke out on X recently claiming the player wouldn’t have signed a new deal last year if he was considering leaving the club anytime soon.

The forward appears happy on Merseyside and after a disappointing campaign for the club last time out he’ll be hungrier than ever to pick up some silverware this season.

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  1. Think Salah should be allowed to go for a fair price of btw (100m-160m) possibly. Looking ahead, that’s good business for a 31-years who probably doesn’t have more than 1 or 2 years of good football left in his stud for Liverpool FC. With this rumours everywhere it is doubtful if Salah could ever reach the peak of his motivation playing for Liverpool again if there is the minutest of desire for him to go to Saudi Arabia now. Since Salah doesn’t have anything to prove to anybody again after giving the best of his playing career to Liverpool; then he shouldn’t be denied the residue of his remaining career in Saudi dollars. Liverpool should buy the future now by selling him and then get a younger player in the mould of Antonie Semenyo of Bouremouth FC as Salahs replacement in continuation of the teams overhaul.

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