THIS COULD WORK!!: Mohamed Salah’s impending move to Saudi Arabia is confirmed amid Liverpool transfer rumours and a $164 million’meeting’

Liverpool transfer news: Jürgen Klopp’s side has been linked with a signing that would cost $164m while there has also been whispers of Saudi interest in Mohamed Salah.

After acquiring Darwin Nez from Benfica in the summer of 2017 and then Cody Gakpo from PSV in January, Liverpool has much more important goals than adding another forward this summer.

However, it does not follow that the rumors will stop. Gazzetta dello Sport has been reporting in Italy over the past few days that Liverpool is interested in Juventus forward Federico Chiesa and may soon make an initial offer of roughly $44 million (£34 million/€40 million) for the winger.


Now that another prominent Serie A player has been brought up in relation to Liverpool, it seems even less probable that this will actually happen given the quantities of money involved.

In any case, unless there was a surprise departure, Liverpool’s team appears to be rather well stocked in offensive positions with five senior attackers (with Luis Dáz and Diogo Jota presumably able to stay healthy for the forthcoming season).

In addition, Liverpool needs to make room for the Scotland international and other players to go, so it is important to keep Ben Doak in mind when deciding how to avoid impeding the development of younger players.

Here is the opinion on the latest transfer rumors surrounding the Reds, starting with ties to African forward Victor Osimhen of Napoli and moving on to talk about Mohamed Salah and a high-profile move to Saudi Arabia.

Victor Osimhen (Napoli)

According to Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Liverpool have all scheduled meetings with the Nigerian midfielder. Osimhen is reportedly up for transfer from Napoli this summer.

Victor Osimhen

Osimhen is rumored to be moving this summer, and the three teams’ objectives should be “defined” by the end of the week, according to Gianluca di Marzio, who also claims that Napoli will expect proposals starting at $164 million (£129 million/€150 million) for the player.

According to, a forward is not a top priority for the Reds this summer, thus Osimhen won’t be on their radar. Although Liverpool needs a defender and additional midfielders, the player is of the highest caliber. Even though the 24-year-old can afford it, spending so much money is simply unrealistic.

Mohamed Salah to Saudi Arabia?

Mohamed Salah has no plans to leave Liverpool anytime soon. No specific Saudi Arabian club has been linked to this potential transfer, but that is irrelevant when large sums of money are at stake, according to The Guardian.

Mohammed Salah

Now that Saudi officials are investing so much money in the region, almost every player in Europe will be associated with a move there. Rben Neves has shown that anyone can make the jump if there is enough money available, not only players who are 30 or older.

Salah will continue to reside at Anfield, according to Football Insider. There is another Mohamed Salah who recently signed with a Saudi club (which, as we detailed here, confused some of his new teammates), but the Liverpool counterpart is not progressing.

This week, Saudi Pro League official Hafez Al-Medlej said, “Let’s hope that Bernardo Silva from Manchester City arrives.” “Given that Mohamed Salah is enormously well-liked in the Arab world and in Europe, we must also begin to work on signing him.

“I hope that if Salah doesn’t come now, he will in the future,” said Klopp. “I think Salah still has records to break with Liverpool.”

Salah still has a lot to accomplish at Liverpool, according to He now has a lucrative new deal, so even though Saudi Arabia may become a possibility in the future, the Egyptian won’t be leaving Anfield anytime soon.

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