The England star has revealed Liverpool’s position on the sale of Mohamed Salah next summer due to changes the club wants to make under German manager Jurgen Klopp.
The Egyptian star has a contract with the Reds that expires in the summer of 2025, but the team’s fluctuating level in the current period and the team’s intention for change could change things.
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England star reveals Liverpool’s position on Mohamed Salah sale this summer!
Alan Hutton, a former Tottenham defender, has spoken out about the Reds’ stance on selling Mohamed Salah next summer to secure new deals.
Alan Hutton said in statements, most notably to Football Insider: “I don’t think Liverpool would be willing to drop Mohamed Salah.”
He added: “If Salah decides he wants a new challenge in his career, they will keep the ball in his side, but I really don’t see Liverpool pushing him out.”
He continued: “Liverpool haven’t spent a lot of money compared to some other teams, but Klopp will know he needs to make some deals in the summer transfer window.”
He explained: “Liverpool needs to improve if they want to continue to compete with the big teams. I think midfield is the priority at the moment.”
Atm: “I’m sure Klopp will have options, but can the club’s management support them with money so they can compete with big teams? The summer will be interesting for the Reds because they will have to spend a lot of money.