Mohamed Salah, 31, continues to be a top footballer. So inevitably, there is a desire – particularly from Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia – to try to dislodge him from Liverpool, where he is under contract until June 2025.
The 2023-2024 Premier League season is still in its early stages (4 days), but pharaoh Already got time to score two goals. latest? During Sunday’s card in front of Aston Villa (3-0). The captain of the Egyptian national team triumphantly grabbed a center from Darwin Núñez shortly before the hour mark (55th). Despite the burden of years, the former Roman continues to be a martyr to the Premier League’s security. Last season, he notably scored 19 goals in the English league and 8 goals in the Champions League. Author of 188 pawns in 309 appearances under the Liverpool shirt, he should cross the symbolic bar of 200 this season. Unless he succumbs to the sirens of Al-Ittihad, who are willing to leave in excess of €200 million and sign him with the transfer window still open in Saudi Arabia.
Dominic Szoboszlai on Mo Advice:
“He wants to stay. He wants to stay here. He wants to be with us and he stayed. We are really happy. We need some players like him in the team.”
– The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) 3 September 2023
But, despite ongoing speculation about his future, “King of Egypt” intends to continue his story liverpool , At least that’s what teammate Dominik Szoboszlai said after the card against Willans: “We are really happy to have him here. Of course, we talk to each other, but he wants to be here, he wants to be here with us. We are very happy, we need someone like him in the team. , So there will be little chance of seeing Salah join the Saudi Pro League, where he could cross paths with former iconic team-mates sadio mane (Al-Nassr), Roberto Firmino (Al-Ahly) or even Jordan Henderson (Al-Attifaq). The Saudi transfer market won’t close until September 20, but Reds fans can – for the first time – rest assured.
jurgen klopp more cautious
Asked about Szaboszlai’s comments regarding the future of Goldador Egyptian,
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp could not officially confirm the words of his Hungarian midfielder and preferred to bet on caution: “He (Mohamed Salah, editor’s note) didn’t tell me, but he didn’t have to. He talks about his training, his performance and his behavior. We had meetings this week and the meetings weren’t about The meetings were about what we did in the past, rather the meetings were about what we would do in the future. Mo was with the player management committee and he didn’t talk with a ‘well, it’s only until next week’ approach. Way here and if Dom said so, that’s fine. Moe doesn’t have to come into my office and tell me, Boss, I’m not leaving. »