Liverpool ‘reject’ Al Ahly bid of £251m for Salah

Liverpool of the English professional soccer Premier League has rejected a £150 million ($251 billion) offer from Saudi Arabia’s richest club, Al Ittihad, for the transfer of “Egyptian Prince” Muhammad Salah.

“Liverpool have rejected a £150 million bid for Salah,” the BBC reported on Jan. 1, saying, “Liverpool have emphasized that Salah is not for sale.”

Salah, who joined Liverpool in 2017, signed a new three-year contract last summer.

The Reds initially made a £100 million bid for the player, which was rejected and then increased to £150 million with an option to buy, but Liverpool refused to match it.

After signing some of Europe’s biggest stars, including Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante and Fabinho, the Reds also targeted Salah but were unsuccessful.

Salah has scored 187 goals in 308 official EPL appearances in a Liverpool shirt.

In the 2021-2022 season, he was joint top scorer in the EPL with Son Heung-min (Tottenham) with 23 goals, and this season, he’s been on fire with one goal and two assists in three regular-season games.

However, it seems that Al-Ittihad’s seduction of Salah will not end anytime soon.

Europe’s summer transfer window closes on July 1, but the Saudi Pro League’s transfer window is open until July 7, so there’s still time for Al Ahli to make a higher bid. 토토

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