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Liverpool star Mohamed Salah's agent responds to Saudi Pro League transfer reports

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah's agent responds to Saudi Pro League transfer reports

Salah's agent has responded.

The agent of Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has responded to reports linking his client with a move to the Saudi Pro League this summer.

Several top Premier League stars have moved to Saudi Arabia this summer, including Fabinho, N'Golo Kante and Ruben Neves.

Liverpool have already lost both Fabinho and Jordan Henderson to Saudi clubs - and there were concerns that Salah may follow.

According to Saudi television station Al Riyadiah (via Metro), Al Ittihad are preparing a £60 million bid to sign the 30-year-old as another of their marquee players this summer.

Nuno Espirito Santo's side have already signed Karim Benzema and N'Golo Kante on free transfers, winger Jota from Celtic and Fabinho.

The same outlet claimed that Salah had already entered 'serious negotiations' over a move to Saudi Arabia - and his agent has given a clear response on the Liverpool star's future.

Mo Salah agent responds to Saudi Arabia transfer talks

Taking to Twitter, Ramy Abbas Issa reassured Liverpool fans that, after signing a new contract last summer, Salah has no intention of moving away from Anfield.

He wrote: "If we considered leaving LFC this year, we wouldn't have renewed the contract last summer. Mohamed remains committed to LFC."

The agent's tweet will no doubt arrive as a huge relief for everyone at Liverpool, with the club unable to lose another first team player - and particularly one of Salah's quality and importance - this summer.

The 30-year-old has been regularly on social media throughout the summer, updating fans on his progress as he builds up towards the beginning of the season.

After Liverpool finished fifth in last season's Premier League, thus missing out on Champions League football, Salah wrote of his desire and commitment to help the Reds return to the elite level of English and European football - and that commitment does not appear to have wavered despite heavy interest from Saudi Pro League clubs.

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