Salah notifies Liverpool of his desire to join Saudi Al-Ittihad
MOSCOW, 27 Aug – Egyptian Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has notified the club of his desire to move to the Saudi football team Al-Ittihad, according to journalist Rudy Galetti in X (former Twitter social network).
Earlier media reported that Al-Ittihad offered Liverpool more than 90 million euros for Salah, which makes the deal the most expensive for the Saudi Arabian championship, but the Merseysiders refused to negotiate. It was also reported that the player himself was offered a personal contract for three years for a total of 200 million euros and he agreed to the transition.
According to the source, Al-Ittihad have set August 28 as the deadline for receiving a final response from Liverpool on the possibility of a transfer.
Salah joined Liverpool in 2017 from Italian Roma. Together with the Reds, he became the champion of England, the owner of the FA Cup, the English League Cup, the Super Cup of the country, the winner of the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup.