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Liverpool braced for ‘£215 million bid’ from Al Ittihad for Mohamed Salah as contract offer ‘revealed’

Liverpool braced for ‘£215 million bid’ from Al Ittihad for Mohamed Salah as contract offer ‘revealed’

Mohamed Salah has been heavily linked with a move to Saudi Arabia

Liverpool are reportedly braced for a huge £215 million bid from Al Ittihad for talisman Mohamed Salah.

Last week, it was widely reported that Saudi Professional League side Al Ittihad were seriously interested in signing Salah from Liverpool.

It was reported that Liverpool rejected a bid of £150 million for the 31-year-old after Jurgen Klopp publicly stated that Salah was not for sale.

According to The Sun, Al Ittihad are set to test Liverpool again with a whopping bid worth £215 million bid.

The report claimed that the bid would be £170 million upfront plus add-ons.

It is believed that Salah will be offered an eye-watering £2.45 million per week to leave Liverpool.

In addition to the huge wages, Salah has also been offered a large percentage of shirt sales, a win bonus of £55,000 plus ambassadorial roles for three major Saudi companies.

It has been said that each company would be willing to pay him £6 million, which means Salah will take home an extra £18 million on top of his mega contract.


Salah was on the scoresheet on Sunday as Liverpool recorded a routine 3-0 win over Aston Villa.

After the match, Reds full-back Andy Robertson was asked about the uncertainty surrounding Salah’s future.

The Scotland captain said: “For us we block that out, Mo blocks it out. We let other people talk about that.

“For us there is no concern. For us Mohamed Salah is a Liverpool player and we believe that is what is going to be the case for the foreseeable future.”


Robertson added: “He's the ultimate professional. He does what it does, he is one of the best players in the world and he is professional.

“He lets other people do the talking, lets other people say what they have to say, but he's always been committed to Liverpool and you saw that with this performance He's not been affected, I've been around him a lot and he's not been affected by anything. Mo has reacted in the best way possible and I think you have seen that with his performance, I think he was pretty special.”

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Topics: Liverpool, Liverpool Transfer News & Rumours, Mohamed Salah, Football, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Pro League