Liverpool have reportedly expressed an interest to Barca for two of their players. The Reds will look to him to compensate for the possible departure of Mohamed Salah.
In recent hours, the possibility of Mohamed Salah’s departure for Saudi Arabia has taken constancy. Al-Ittihad would be willing to invest €150 million, including bonuses, to persuade Liverpool to let go of the Egypt international. Karim Benzema’s Saudi team would also be ready to pay the player a salary of 200 million euros over three years. A fee that could force him to back out of his promise to spend the season in the North West of England.
as per information gathered by gameIn Catalonia, the Reds are eyeing Abde Azalzouli and Ansu Fati. If Mohamed Salah leaves Liverpool in the closing hours of the transfer window, Jurgen Klopp’s club have approached Barca about his availability.
❓🔵🔴El liverpool pregunta por unsu y abde por si se wa salah
📋 Los dos Delanteros del Barca, on the agenda of various clubs in the Premier League
– Diario Sport (@sport) 30 August 2023
Many English clubs are interested in Anu Fati
The media mention that Liverpool are not the only ones interested in Anu Fati’s case. Along with Tottenham and Chelsea, other formations may also have come to the fore whose names have not filtered in. The Blaugrana leader will no longer rule out the possibility of one of the two players leaving. But it seems unclear that they validate the idea of both leaving, especially since Xavi should be blocking.
Abde Ezlazouli, 21, returned from loan at Osasuna this summer. The Moroccan international candidate has featured in 2 meetings since the start of the season, without starting. As far as 20-year-old Ansu Fati is concerned, he has played 3 matches this season. Announced as a nugget several seasons ago, the native of Bissau has faltered in recent months due to injuries. Since the start of his career, he has scored 29 goals and provided 10 assists in 112 games for Barca.
So the market can still produce some surprises, be it in Liverpool or Barca. Everything probably depends on Mohamed Salah…