Jurgen Klopp reveals Mohamed Salah's situation after rejecting Al-Ittihad's offer

Jurgen Klopp reveals Mohamed Salah's situation after rejecting Al-Ittihad's offer

England's Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said on Sunday that Egyptian star Mohamed Salah was "completely normal" after the Reds management rejected a £150 million bid from Saudi club Al-Ittihad to sign him.

Speaking to Sky Sports before the game against Aston Villa, Klopp said:
  • I didn't have to worry about Salah's concentration. This was a media story that never materialized.
  • I have a big table in my office with a lot of papers on it, and I have a laptop and an iPad, but neither of them are busy with anything new.
  • That's why we never think about it. Mo was completely normal, he had a good week of training and from my point of view there was nothing to worry about.

"After hours" 

On Saturday night, Saudi journalist and sports critic Abdullah Khoqair revealed new details about the possible transfer of Egyptian star Mohamed Salah to the Al-Ittihad team.

Speaking to Saudi broadcaster Al-Riyadiah, Khoqir said:

  • Mohamed Salah is being unionized... I can confirm this news to you now.

  • On Sunday Liverpool will say goodbye and arrive in Jeddah with Sergio Ramos, the announcement could be made on Monday.

On Sunday morning, Khoqir posted a tweet on his "X" platform (formerly Twitter) account in which he said: "Salah... Ittihad... in just a few hours."

The most expensive player in history!

  • Yesterday, Saturday, the British newspaper "Sky Sports" cited a source close to the association who stated that the club was willing to pay up to 200 million pounds sterling (about 250 million dollars) for the signing of Mohamed Salah.

  • The source added that Federation officials were “optimistic” and “will try again.”

  • If the Reds agree, Salah will become the most expensive player in history, surpassing Brazilian star Neymar da Silva, who moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain in a record £198million deal.
  • This afternoon Mercato's summer period in the English Premier League endedFriday. On the other hand, Saudi Professional League clubs can still sign contracts until September 7 before the transfer market closes.
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