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The five players who could still leave after deadline day including Liverpool stars and Arsenal outcast

The five players who could still leave after deadline day including Liverpool stars and Arsenal outcast

Here are five players that could still leave their clubs.

The summer transfer window closed on Friday but clubs can still see their stars lured away in the coming days.

While Europe’s major leagues, including the Premier League, saw their transfer windows shut on September 1st, FIFA has Saudi Arabia’s transfer deadline listed as Wednesday, September 20.

Meanwhile, the league’s official website states that teams have until Thursday, 7 September to sign players.

Either way, the four PIF-backed clubs still have at least a week to lure Europe’s most sought-after talent to the burgeoning division.

Here are five players that could secure moves despite the transfer window having closed.

The most obvious and high-profile departure would be Mohamed Salah. Liverpool turned down a £150million offer for Salah from Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad on Deadline Day.

The bid for the 31-year-old was in excess of £100million, with add-ons taking it up to £150million.

And while Liverpool remain insistent the Egyptian is not for sale, it has been widely reported that Al-Ittihad may return with a £200million bid in the coming days - an offer that may be too good for the Reds to turn down.

Another Liverpool star who has been linked with a move to Saudi Pro League side ​​Al-Ittihad is French centre-back Ibrahima Konate.

Indeed, RMC claimed earlier this week that the Saudi club were rejected by Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo and identified Konate as an alternative option. News on the prospective move has since gone quiet, but ​​Al-Ittihad could reignite their interest in the coming days.

Another player who has been linked to the Saudi Pro League is Arsenal’s Gabriel Magalhaes.

John Cross reported earlier this month that the Gunners were aware of the interest in the Brazilian, but were under no pressure to sell.

Moreover, the SportMail reported Arsenal are contemplating terminating Nicolas Pepe's contract after the player struggled to seal a deadline-day move.

The Ivorian, who was signed for £72million from Lille in 2019, spent last season on loan at Nice in Ligue 1 after falling out of favour at Arsenal.

Pepe, who started just five Premier League games in his last season at the Emirates Stadium, could be available on a free transfer.

One player who could also still seal a move after the close of transfer window is Hugo Lloris, despite the World Cup winner having not been linked with a move to Saudi Arabia.

The Times claimed that if Lloris did not find a new club this summer, there is the possibility that he could terminate his contract at Tottenham by mutual consent and move to pastures new on a free transfer.

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Topics: Football, Transfers, Premier League, Arsenal, Liverpool, Mohamed Salah, Ibrahima Konate, Hugo Lloris