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200 million causing Liverpool wobble ahead of Burnley game, Klopp concerned

By Charles Cornwall

200 million causing Liverpool wobble ahead of Burnley game, Klopp concerned

There is a serious problem ahead of Saturday's game at Anfield against Burnley

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The Mohamed Salah saga at Liverpool has been a rollercoaster of excitement and speculation during the summer transfer window. Saudi Arabia have set their sights on the talented Egyptian striker, not only for his sporting prowess, but also for cultural and religious reasons that make him a desirable target for the exotic league. However, Liverpool have turned down an astronomical bid from Al Ittihad, which was as high as £175m, showing their commitment to one of their best assets.

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As the upcoming summer transfer window approaches, rumours about Salah's future are once again gaining momentum. According to 'The Athletic', Al-Ittihad are preparing a second round with an even more tempting offer, reaching up to £200m. This amount far eclipses the player's market value, estimated at £65m according to Transfermarkt.

The situation poses a crucial dilemma for Liverpool: sell Salah for an astronomical figure and rebuild their attack, or continue to gamble on the Egyptian star who has contributed so much to the team? Manager Jürgen Klopp has been vocal in his support for Salah, seeing him as a key part of the team's success. However, with Klopp's departure imminent at the end of the season, others will have to make tough decisions.

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The relationship between Salah and Liverpool has been strengthened by the backing of the German manager, who went as far as to describe a possible exit for the Egyptian as a "catastrophe", but with Klopp's departure at the end of the season confirmed, Salah's future could be far from Anfield. Despite the constant speculation, Salah has proved his worth on the pitch, leading Liverpool in the Premier League table this season with 14 goals and eight assists in 20 games.


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