Newsnow Liverpool brings you the latest Liverpool newsnow as report claims that the Klopp’s side are ready to reject any lucrative bid for their key player in 2024.
Liverpool remain in close to the top three in the Premier League table, following their impressive 3-0 victory over Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
In the first half, Diogo Jota and Darwin Nunez found the net, establishing Jurgen Klopp’s team with a commanding lead at Anfield. Later in the game, Mohamed Salah took advantage of a defensive mix-up, securing the victory for the home side.
Salah, the Egypt international, has been in exceptional form recently, netting five goals in his last three Premier League matches. Despite rumours linking him to a move to Saudi Arabia over the summer, Liverpool appear resolute in retaining the player.
What is the Latest Liverpool Transfer News?
According to reports from Football Insider, Liverpool are prepared to reject any offers for Salah in the upcoming January transfer window, irrespective of their financial attractiveness.
Saudi Pro League clubs have indeed been aggressive in the transfer market over the past half-year. Al-Ittihad, one such club, made a substantial offer of £150 million for the 31-year-old Salah during the summer transfer window, but Liverpool turned down all advances.
Will Liverpool Sell Salah in January?
In the final days of the Saudi transfer window, there were speculations that a £225 million bid was under consideration, given Salah’s stature and marketability. However, it is now anticipated that Salah will be labeled as ‘not for sale’ when the transfer window reopens in the new year, despite the considerable interest expressed from the Middle East.
Salah’s journey with Liverpool began in 2017 when he joined from Italian side Roma. Since then, he has featured in 318 matches across all competitions, impressively scoring 196 goals and providing 83 assists.
In the current season, Salah has already netted ten goals in various competitions, including eight in ten Premier League fixtures. His existing contract is set to run until 2025 and reportedly earns him a weekly wage of £350,000.
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