Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool winger, was continuously tracked by Saudi Arabia. But the Egyptian will remain with the Reds this season.
This was a cause for concern for the third-placed players in the Premier League. If Jurgen Klopp denied any fear of seeing his 31-year-old striker leave, the fact remains that it could have happened, as the amount of the Saudi offer was out of the market and Liverpool are already thinking about the next move. Had taken.
in an interview for talksportSaudi director of football, Michael Emenalo, who played for Chelsea and AS Monaco, confirmed the Reds’ move to Egypt: “Mo (Salah) is someone I consider almost like my son, he is a player I admire and a human being I absolutely adore… but one of the Saudi Pro League papers It’s not about creating, it’s about putting processes in place and doing things correctly and the feeling is that there was no compromise at that time. We said we would get it right and as you saw, Mo Salah stayed in Liverpool.,
Furthermore, Michael Emenalo denied the Saudi League’s desire to participate in the Champions League in the near future: “I don’t know where this (rumor) came from. “I think this comes from someone who has taken a very misleading leap into the distant future.”,
year of the reds comeback
With Mohamed Salah in their ranks, along with new recruits Dominik Szoboszlai, Alexis McAllister, Ryan Gravenberch and Wataru Endo, Liverpool will look to regain their form. The English club finished 5th in the Championship last season, forcing the Reds to play in the Europa League this season – and join Toulouse in the group.
Liverpool started their year well in the PL, with 1 draw and 3 wins in 4 matches.