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Fabrizio Romano reveals what he's heard about Mo Salah as 'Al Ittihad contract agreed'

Fabrizio Romano reveals what he's heard about Mo Salah as 'Al Ittihad contract agreed'

He's being linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League.

Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on Mohamed Salah's future amid claims Al Ittihad have reignited their interest in the Egyptian.

Salah, 31, has been repeatedly linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League, with several of the Gulf nation's top clubs reportedly keen to sign the Egyptian.

Al Ittihad, who have already signed Karim Benzema and N'Golo Kante, have emerged as favourites to land Salah - should Liverpool decide to sell this summer.

Saudi outlet Arriyadiyah claimed on Thursday that Salah is 'very seriously' considering a lucrative contract offer from Al Ittihad.

Spanish publication Relevo went one step further and reported that the Liverpool star wants to leave the club, having been offered a deal that would see him replace Cristiano Ronaldo as the highest-paid player in world football.

Meanwhile, SportZone claim Salah has already agreed to a three-year deal with Al Ittihad following a meeting between the club and his representatives in Qatar.

The Athletic's David Ornstein confirmed there is 'concrete' interest in Salah from Al Ittihad but says nothing has been agreed.

"It is unclear at this stage if a deal for the 31-year-old will materialise," he posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Earlier this month, Salah's agent played down reports linking the player with a move to Saudi Arabia.

His representative, Ramy Abbas, posted on X: "If we considered leaving LFC this year, we wouldn't have renewed the contract last summer. Mohamed remains committed to LFC."

Transfer expert Romano claims it is highly unlikely Salah will leave Liverpool this summer, have previously described the Egyptian as "untouchable".

"Liverpool have been clear with Mo Salah and Al Ittihad: no intention to negotiate, he's considered not for sale," Romano posted on X.

"Al Ittihad astronomical contract bid to Salah remains valid to tempt Mo; but only way would be for Salah to force the move."

Featured Image Credit: Getty & YouTube/Fabrizio Romano

Topics: Liverpool, Football, Premier League, Mohamed Salah, Saudi Pro League