Mo Salah is moving to Saudi Arabia in January

Mo Salah is unlikely to leave Liverpool for Saudi Arabia in January, according to Fabrizio Romano.Salah received a big offer from the Saudi Arabian Pro League during the summer transfer window.

The article continues below the videoOn the last day of the summer, Liverpool rejected a huge €175m bid for Al Ittihad. But Al Ittihad and other Saudi parties are expected to return in 2024 to make a new bid.Some reports even claim that the new product will be a world record product. But Romano said there will be no movement in January.

What did Romano say about Sala? “But things are very quiet regarding Mo Salah and the Saudi transfer,” Romano told CaughtOffside. “Salah is fully focused on Liverpool as he performs in all competitions, but the Saudis still love him and dream of him.” For Salah’s project. “It’s not a reality in the January transfer window,” he said. Neymar still holds the record for the most transfers in the world after moving from Barcelona to PSG in 2017.

The Parisians paid €222 million to bring the Brazilian to the Parc des Princes, fulfilling the striker’s release clause in his contract with Barcelona. Interestingly, Neymar has been playing for Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia since leaving PSG last summer.With Salah turning 32 next year, Liverpool are believed to be considering selling him at the end of the season. Salah joined Liverpool from Roma for €38m in 2017 and has since become one of the club’s best ever players.

He scored 202 goals in 331 appearances for Liverpool, leading the club to Premier League and Champions League titles. He won three Premier League Golden Boots and was named Premier League Player of the Year in the 2017–18 season.He has been in excellent form this season, scoring 16 goals in all competitions to help Liverpool climb to the top of the Premier League.

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