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No more lies, the 150 million that would have triggered Klopp's decision to leav

By Charles Cornwall

No more lies, the 150 million that would have triggered Klopp's decision to leav

The announced departure of manager Jurgen Klopp has changed everything

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Liverpool are scouring the market for a striker to replace Mohamed Salah's possible departure to Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Arabian league already tempted the Egyptian international last summer via Al Ittihad. The club that secured the services of Karim Benzema put an offer of 200 million on the table for Liverpool, but Salah decided to remain in the Reds' colours.

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The announced departure of manager Jurgen Klopp has changed everything and Salah is now considering the lucrative Saudi adventure. Offers are not going to be lacking and it has already been leaked that Neymar's Al Hilal would be willing to pay 100 million fixed for his transfer to which they would add between 25 and 50 million in variables.

With a year and a half to go before his contract expires, Liverpool would not put any impediment, especially considering that this figure would allow them to go to the market in search of a guaranteed replacement. According to 'fichajes.net', two of the club's most popular targets belong to Barça's discipline: Raphinha and Ansu Fati.

The Brazilian is one of the players for whom the Blaugrana club can earn a higher figure. In fact, he already has an offer from Tottenham worth 70 million on the table, a proposal that would allow him to recover the 58 million fixed plus nine million in variables invested and free up financial fair play. The auction that could take place if Liverpool enter the scene would end up convincing Barça to open the exit door for the Brazilian.

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Klopp's reason

There has been speculation that when Salah finally accepted the offer to leave Liverpool for the 150 million offered from Arabia, Jurgen Klopp would have decided to leave the club. In the case of Ansu Fati, Barça are still hoping to bring back a player whose breakthrough in the top flight was set to be epoch-making. His latest hamstring injury has halted the progression he was showing at Brigthon, so the club's sporting management wants to continue to see his development. Liverpool will also be keeping a close eye on him in order to make a bid for his signature if he makes the expected leap in quality. But the Reds are well aware that in this case it will be very difficult to prise him away from Barça.


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