Premier League

Real Madrid have their eyes on possible signing of Liverpool star

Liverpool are considering selling the Egyptian Mohamed Salah for about 70 million euros and the Merengues would be able to pay it.

Klopp is facing pressure amidst transfer rumors.
Klopp is facing pressure amidst transfer rumors.

The purse that was ready for Kylian Mbappé is still intact, leaving Real Madrid searching for new signings. The Spanish giants would be in a position to make a bid for Mohamed Salah, in view of a possible sale of Liverpool's star striker.

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In Liverpool, contrary to the spend heavily strategy of recent years, the Reds would have as a plan to even their finances, hence the sale of Senegalese winger Sadio Mané.

According to the English media The Sun, the Premier League team, or rather its owners, could be looking to sell their star player and the Real Madrid management would try to acquire the services of the African superstar.

The aim would be to accept a transfer, only on the basis of an offer close to 70 million euros, for the 30 year-old player still has a contract in Anfield until 2023. Even so, Madrid would be the club that could pay that figure.

Will Salah reach an agreement with Liverpool?

There would also be the option of renewing his contract with his current team, but he has been a little reluctant as Liverpool are not budging in the negotiations. Salah, who has just turned 30, scored 31 goals and provided 16 assists in 51 games last season, numbers that would attract any club, especially Real Madrid, who are looking to strengthen their attack.

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Wilian Estrella

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