Al-Ittihad increase Mohamed Salah bid from £200m


Pressure mounts  on Reds as AlIttihad increase bid for Mohamed Salah to a world-record transfer fee of over £200m

Mohamed Salah

Al-Ittihad, the Saudi Pro League champions, have been persistent in their efforts to sign Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah. In recent days, they have increased their bid to a staggering £200 million. This comes after Liverpool rejected a previous offer of £150 million.

Negotiations between the two clubs have been ongoing, with Al-Ittihad now offering a new bid of £215 million. The Saudi club has been eager to secure Salah's services and is reportedly flying executives into London to try and persuade Liverpool to accept the offer .

The new offer of £215 million from Al-Ittihad is a significant increase from their previous bid of £150 million, which was rejected by Liverpool. The club's persistence in their efforts to sign Salah highlights their desire to acquire a top-tier player, and they are willing to pay a world-record transfer fee to do so. However, it remains to be seen whether Liverpool will accept the new offer, given Salah's importance to the team and his current contract with the club.

The potential impact of Salah's departure on Liverpool cannot be understated. Salah has been a key player for the club since joining in 2017, helping the Reds win the Premier League and Champions League titles.

Losing him would be a significant blow to Liverpool's attacking prowess and overall team dynamic. Furthermore, it is unclear whether Salah would be willing to leave Anfield for Al-Ittihad, given his success with the club and his commitment to the team.

The situation remains fluid, and it remains to be seen whether Al-Ittihad's increased bid will be enough to convince Liverpool to sell Salah, with the Saudi transfer window closing in two days.

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