‘He is Going to Leave’: Frank Leboeuf Drops Exit Claim on “Incredible” Liverpool Player

With all the speculation surrounding Jurgen Klopp’s potential departure from Liverpool at the end of the season, attention also turns to the significant challenge awaiting the club and its prospective new manager in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Liverpool have traditionally not been known for extravagant spending in the transfer market compared to some of their rivals, although they have engaged in notable transactions in the past.

As the summer approaches, the club’s activity in the transfer market will be of paramount importance, alongside the appointment of Klopp’s successor.

This encompasses both player acquisitions and departures, highlighting the need for strategic decision-making.

The anticipated return of Michael Edwards, revered for his past contributions to the club, instills confidence and optimism among Liverpool supporters regarding the team’s transfer dealings.

However, it is admitted that even with Edwards’ expertise, there may be contentious decisions regarding player transfers, which could provoke debate among fans and stakeholders. One such decision looming on the horizon is whether to retain or offload Mohamed Salah amidst reported interest from Saudi Arabia.

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Frank Leboeuf suggested that it’s likely time for Liverpool to bid farewell to their 31-year-old forward this summer, as he mentioned in an interview with ESPN.

The former World Cup champion believes that a price tag of up to £150 million should suffice for the club to part ways with the iconic player. Despite facing injuries this season, Salah has impressively netted 17 goals in 26 Premier League appearances, while also providing nine assists.

Mohamed Salah to Leave Liverpool for Saudi Arabia?

“If we can get £100 million or £150 million for Mo Salah, at that age, you should take it because sooner or later, he is going to leave,” said Leboeuf.

“This is maybe a good opportunity to get money and maybe bet on some other players. It’s sad because Mo Salah is still at the top.

“But it’s a huge opportunity to get a lot of money.”

Salah’s potential departure from Anfield would mark the exit of one of the club’s most illustrious players of all time and a standout figure of the 21st century.

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Revered as “incredible” by Andy Townsend, Salah played a pivotal role in Liverpool’s triumphs, notably ending the club’s 30-year quest for the English league title.

His remarkable tally of 210 goals for the Reds places him among the pantheon of legends, alongside iconic figures such as Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush.

Furthermore, there is a compelling case to include Salah in Liverpool’s ultimate XI, a testament to his enduring impact and legacy at the club.

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