Liverpool may reportedly give consideration to selling their key forward, Mohamed Salah during the upcoming summer transfer window.
The Egypt international forward has already established himself as one of the greatest players in the Merseyside Red’s history founding back of the net 175 times and providing 72 assists from 289 games.
During that time, a Premier League trophy and Champions League title count among his accolades, and the 30-year-old was recently happy to extend his deal until 2025.
Since then, the Egypt international has remained a vital part of Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI, chipping in with 19 goals and nine assists during 2022-23 season.
However, the Merseyside Reds are enduring their worst season for a number of years, sitting nine points adrift of the top four in the English top-tier and being on the brink of elimination from the Champions League at the last 16.
Jurgen Klopp has already acknowledged that widespread changes are required to restore their tag of title contenders, while the teams owners, who are now not open to a sale, are believed to be ready to hand the German significant funds to transform the team.
Nevertheless, much may depend on whether the Reds qualify for European football’s premier competition, with alternative methods of generating money potentially being required.
According to Fichajes, a scenario may arise where it is logical to cash in on Mohamed Salah later back in 2023.
Now 30 years of age, Salah is at a point in his career where his valuation will naturally drop campaign on season, something which will not be lost on the Merseyside Reds.