The Egypt international has already seen the Reds reject one approach for his services that was said to be worth £150 million ($189 million). That offer was lodged prior to the summer window in England slamming shut. Teams in the Middle East are still in a position to bolster their respective ranks, meaning that Liverpool’s resolve continues to be tested.
According to The Sun, Al-Ittihad has a deal on the table that is worth an initial £170 million ($214 million), with that package rising to £215 million once various add-ons are taken into consideration. Salah is also said to have been presented with a contract that would earn him £2.45m ($3m) a week.
Salah’s contract would include a number of added incentives, with the 31-year-old set to be awarded a share of all shirt sales, a £55,000 win bonus, as well as ambassadorial roles with three major Saudi companies that would be active throughout the length of his stay.
Jurgen Klopp has maintained that Salah is not for sale, and that stance is unlikely to be relaxed with Liverpool in a position where they would be unable to bring in a replacement for their talismanic forward if he were to move on. If Al-Ittihad fails to land the Premier League icon at this stage, then they will rekindle their interest when the transfer window reopens.
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