Mohamed Salah Declines Jeddah Union Offer, Affirms Commitment to Liverpool

    Egypt star Mohamed Salah, a Liverpool player, has announced his rejection of an offer submitted by the Jeddah Federation.

    Rumors have recently circulated about the future of Egyptian star Mo Salah, extending his contract with the Reds or leaving the English club during the current summer transfer period.

    Mohamed Salah rejects Jeddah Union proposal
    Mohamed Salah rejects Jeddah Union proposal

    The name of the Egyptian footballer was associated with the transition to the ranks of the national team of the Saudi Federation of Jeddah with a contract worth the equivalent of 2 billion pounds annually.

    And this summer, the federation negotiated a Mercato free transfer deal with French star Karim Benzema, a former Real Madrid player, to shore up the Tigers’ offensive line.

    Al Ittihad believe Salah is the most suitable striker after Benzema and that is why they have their eye on the Reds star during this summer’s Mercato, although the player has a contract with his English team until next summer 2025.

    Mohamed Salah shocks Jeddah Federation and rejects £2 billion offer!

    Salah - Liverpool
    Salah – Liverpool

    But according to Italy’s Fabrizio Romano, a trusted transfer market journalist, he said there was some news that Salah had given the green light in favor of dean Saudi Arabia, but that’s not true.

    Fabrizio has confirmed that Mo Salah is 100% committed to Liverpool and will remain until the end of his contract at Anfield and that the rumors of his transfer to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are not true.

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