Mo Salah’s Representative Rejects Saudi Arabia Transfer Speculation – “Committed to LFC”

Shortly after reports surfaced linking Mohamed Salah to a potential move to Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad, the agent representing the player has swiftly dismissed these rumors.

Amidst claims originating from the Middle East via Al-Riyadiah, Salah was reportedly being considered for a transfer to join forces with Fabinho at Al-Ittihad, in a proposed deal valued at £155 million. According to the reports, Salah would have received this amount in wages spread over a two-year period, while Liverpool would have been offered £60 million for his signature.

This story, originating from a seemingly credible source, was unsurprisingly met with skepticism, given the prevailing doubt surrounding Salah’s departure from the Premier League.

In his customary response to such speculations about his client’s potential move, agent Ramy Abbas Issa took to Twitter to address the matter.

“If we had contemplated leaving LFC this year, we would not have extended the contract last summer,” Issa tweeted on Monday morning.

“Mohamed remains steadfast in his commitment to LFC.”

Salah’s name was frequently associated with a departure from Liverpool in 2022, only for him to ultimately extend his contract until 2025. This agreement established the 31-year-old as the club’s highest earner, receiving a weekly wage of £350,000, and marked his third consecutive season of scoring 30 or more goals.

While it is understandable that there might be interest in acquiring Salah by Saudi Arabian clubs, particularly considering his global appeal as an Arab footballer, his ambitions set him apart from players like Fabinho and Jordan Henderson, who surprisingly opted to pursue financial opportunities in the Saudi Pro League.

As anticipated, Jurgen Klopp can once again build his team around Salah for the upcoming summer – with Salah being the sole forward currently guaranteed a place in the starting lineup.

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