Mohamed Salah, the star of English club Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, has turned down an offer from Al-Jeddawi this summer by Al-Ittihad to include the player in the team’s ranks.
There has been a lot of news over the last period that the Lever star is close to joining Al Ittihad Jeddah during the current summer transfers.
The Federation is trying its best to get the Egyptian international wing so as not to wait until the summer of 2024 to witness a strong Crescent presence.
The Tigers’ administration is keen to get the Egyptian pharaoh to compete in championships, especially in the World Cup that Saudi Arabia will host for clubs next December.
Liverpool explain the mystery behind Mohamed Salah’s rejection of Al Ittihad’s offer
According to press reports, the reason the Reds turned down Al Ittihad’s offer is that they expect Saudi clubs to be interested in him next season.
The federation has more than 24 hours to try to convince Liverpool to include the 31-year-old Egyptian pharaoh in the squad.
It is noteworthy that Saudi Mercato will end tomorrow at twelve o’clock in the evening.