Salah’s stance on moving to the Saudi League revealed by Romano

    Italian football transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Liverpool star Egyptian Mohamed Salah has no intention of moving to the Saudi league.

    Rumors recently circulated that Salah could leave Anfield to follow the example of his former Liverpool colleagues Fabinho, Jordan Henderson and Roberto Firmino, who moved to play in the Saudi Arabian League for Al Ittihad, Al Ittihad and “Al-Ahly” respectively.

    However, Italian pundit Romano ruled out the possibility of Salah moving to the Saudi league, at least during the current summer transfer period.

    Romano said in statements released by Football Transfers that Liverpool’s position is very clear on Salah’s future: “For German manager Jurgen Klopp’s team, Salah is untouchable and they don’t want him to leave.”

    He added: “Similarly, the player (Salah) is focused on the near future with Liverpool and remains committed to winning titles with the red team this season.”

    Romano continued: “Salah and Liverpool are 100 per cent determined to continue this chapter of their partnership in this important season. Therefore, Salah will remain at Liverpool for the time being.

    Salah joined Liverpool in 2017 and last summer extended his contract with the club for another three years, which runs until 30 June 2025.

    Notably, the Saudi league has attracted some of the biggest names in the world of football since it was joined last January by five-time Ballon d’Or-winning Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, Algerian Riyad Mahrez and Portugal’s Robin. Neves and others

    Source: “football transfers”.

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