Liverpool might surprisingly consider letting Mohamed Salah depart from the Merseyside giants in the summer transfer window if a suitor pays £60m. The 30-year-old attacker is the subject of interest from Real Madrid over a potential move ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.
Salah has transformed into a world-class forward since joining the Reds from Roma in summer 2017. Mohamed has been a talismanic figure for the Merseyside giants in the last five years, playing an instrumental role in the success they have experienced during this period.
Among the honours, Egypt international has helped deliver the elusive PL title and the UCL crown. The Egyptian forward’s record for the Merseyside giants is fantastic, as he has racked up 156 goals and 63 assists in 254 games for Liverpool thus far.
But the Egyptian’s deal situation has left the Reds in a spot of bother, as he will enter the final year of his deal in less than a week. Such a situation has alerted Los Blancos. La Liga giants initially decided not to invest in a wide-attacker in the summer transfer window after failing to add Mbappe.
Once the French forward decided to stay at PSG, Carlo Ancelotti reckoned he had enough resources at his disposal in the offensive unit to last another campaign. But the Spanish giants might have to delve into the market for a new forward in the summer transfer window as Marco Asensio faces an uncertain future at Real Madrid.