Liverpool will be wishing to tape a 2nd successive win when they take a trip to deal with Newcastle United on Sunday.
The Reds were held to a 1-1 draw by Chelsea on the opening weekend of the Premier League season, prior to travelling to a 3-1 win over Bournemouth last weekend.
It hasn't all been excellent news today, however, as it emerged on Thursday that talisman Mohamed Salah had actually ended up being the current gamer to be targeted by the free-spending Saudi Arabian Pro League.
The Egyptian's representative has actually just recently dismissed rumours connecting the gamer with a transfer to the Middle East, however reports on Thursday declare that he has actually now been provided a profitable offer by Al-Ittihad.
Now, the shocking amounts associated with the proposed offer have actually been exposed.
As reported by Football Insider, Liverpool are braced for a deal for the gamer in the coming days however stay determined that he will not leave the club.
The report declares that the Pro League clothing would need to pay more than ₤ 600 million to draw Salah far from Anfield, making him the world's greatest paid gamer in doing so.
At present that honor is held by previous Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo, who signed a ₤ 175 million-per-year offer when signing up with fellow Saudi side Al-Nassr previously this year.
With that in mind, and thinking about that Salah would command a charge in excess of ₤ 70 million, the whole plan would cost Al-Ittihad more than ₤ 600 million.
Last summer season, the previous Chelsea male signed a three-year agreement extension that makes him a reported ₤ 350,000-per-week.
Salah, 31, signed up with the Reds from Italian side Roma back in 2017 and has actually considering that been among Europe's many respected objective scorers.
The Egypt global has actually made 307 looks for the Merseyside attire throughout all competitors, scoring 187 objectives and offering 80 helps.
Throughout his time at Anfield, the forward has actually won 7 prizes consisting of the Champions League and Premier League.
In spite of the interest and monetary may of Al-Ittihad, it appears very not likely that Liverpool would permit Salah to leave the club with less than a week staying of the transfer window.