Al-Ittihad’s Latest Proposals Encompass Mohamed Salah’s Inclusion

    International press reports speak of the latest attempts by the Al-Ittihad administration to enlist the services of Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, striker for English club Liverpool, during this summer’s Mercato.

    The federal administration recently announced their interest in signing the Egyptian player during the current summer transfer market and initially offered £100m.

    As negotiations stalled, the Admiral’s administration resorted to raising the offer to 150m to convince Liverpool to agree to sell the Egyptian international contract, as the club’s desire is the main obstacle to not completing negotiations.

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    And, as reported by the English newspaper Daily Mail, the leadership of the Saudi team will scatter the last cards, hoping to conclude a contract with the Egyptian pharaoh before the end of the Mercato summer inside the kingdom.

    And a British newspaper confirmed the presence in London of a Saudi delegation arriving over the weekend to make a last-ditch effort to include Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah.


    She added that Saudi team This time around, he will push Liverpool harder, raising the stake to £200m over the next 48 hours.

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