After his quarrel with Klopp…an exciting decision from Liverpool regarding Salah’s future

The Football Insider network reported that Liverpool’s management has become very open to selling Mohamed Salah in the upcoming summer transfer period, after the recent events between him and Jurgen Klopp, the outgoing Reds coach, at the end of the current season.

The Egyptian international is facing a significant decline in his level in recent weeks because of which Klopp decided to keep him on the bench for two Premier League matches, the last of which was the West Ham match, which witnessed a quarrel between him and his coach on the line.

According to the latest report, with Salah’s level declining as he reached his thirty-second year and what happened with Klopp, Liverpool’s management does not mind his departure in the summer and is preparing to receive various offers for the player, whose contract expires in the summer of 2025.

The Reds management wants to make some money from Salah’s successor instead of him leaving for free the following summer, and believes that the fact that Saudi clubs are interested in him may be a way for them to obtain huge sums of money that are impossible to obtain from selling him to any club in Europe.

The Saudi Federation was very interested in Salah last summer, and it is said that its offer next summer may exceed the barrier of 100 million euros, which is an exceptional number given the player’s age and recent level.

In the event of obtaining this huge number from Salah’s successor, Liverpool can buy new players who fit the philosophy of new coach Arne Slot, as part of the management’s keenness on the process of replacement and renewal without affecting the team’s character and ability to compete for various titles.