Saudi Arabian teams, most notably Al-Ittihad, were rumored to have shown interest in him at the beginning of the season and were willing to pay £200 million for his services.
Salah’s contract with Liverpool expires in 2025, so if a transfer is considered by the team next summer, they may consider it.
Discussions about Salah’s future at Liverpool—and whether the Egyptian star will stay with the Reds longer—are anticipated to begin in the new year.
Salah is a key player in the Premier League and has been a huge asset to Liverpool ever since he joined.
Mohamed Salah’s departure would be a major blow to Liverpool’s attacking capabilities.
Salah is a prime example of how great he still is at 31 years old, having scored 12 goals in 16 games this season.
Even though Salah might find it desirable to relocate to Saudi Arabia later in his career, he would probably be better off staying put and playing in a premier European league for the time being.