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Leicester City would drop 120 millions Euros on the table for this crack of the Premier League

Mohamed Salah does not have his destiny assured within the reds. 

Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah

Despite the great moment he lives with Liverpool, being the top scorer in the Premier League with 13 goals, Mohamed Salah does not have his destiny assured within the reds, by being an elite player who always looks for new challenges in his career.

So, what seemed to be a simple contract renewal with Liverpool, has changed to what could be an impressive offer, but not from Spain, but from the Premier League itself, where we know is the league with the greatest economic power, due to the distribution of the television rights. So, at this time one of the teams that have attracted the most attention in England in recent times, could be offering a historic amount and taking a definitive leap to the elite of the Premier.

The club that plans to offer a multi-million dollar offer to sign Salah in the 2021-22 season is Leicester City. The Foxes plan is to qualify for the next edition of the UEFA Champions League, if they are successful, they would make a convincing proposal not only for Liverpool, but also for the Egyptian international. Therefore, a historical event would be very close to happening, as the movement would be close to 120 million euros. At the moment the English team is located in fourth place that gives a direct pass to the European competition.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Of course, Leicester, in addition to the economic issue, must achieve the pass to the Champions League, and thus make its project more attractive, as Salah hardly regardless of the amount of money, would go to a club that is not going to play the Champions League. The truth is that Salah's permanence in Liverpool seems far away, Klopp said it very well and clearly "You cannot force anyone to stay" so it leaves the door open for Salah to decide what to do with his future.

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