Salah’s Transfer Deal Sealed, Jeddah Federation Presents Imaginary Roster Proposal

    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is aiming to attract a new star to the Roshen Professional Football League by adding Liverpool FC professional Mohamed Salah to the Jeddah Union.

    After Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo joined Al-Nasr last January, other stars joined him this summer, such as France’s Karim Benzema, last year’s World Player of the Year, and his compatriot Ngolo Kante, who moved to a club from Jeddah, Brazilian Neymar, who moved to Al-Hilal, and Algerian Riyad Mahrez. The transfer to Al-Ahly, it seems, the turn has come to Salah.

    And Qatari sports network BN Sports confirmed earlier on Thursday that Salah had expressed his agreement to move to Jeddah-based club Al Ittihad, adding that the deal was contingent on reaching an agreement with Liverpool.

    For its part, French chain Foot Mercato has revealed details of the Union of Jeddah’s proposal to include the Egyptian star.

    And the channel confirmed, citing Italian reports, that the Jeddah Federation was determined to secure a contract with Salah, despite his agent Rami Abbas denying rumors of him leaving Liverpool this summer.

    She added that the Jeddah Federation had provided €300m to join Salah, including €100m for Liverpool to agree to the departure of its Egyptian star, with Salah receiving €200m over three seasons.

    The network noted that Jeddah Union’s insistence and belief in Salah’s inclusion this summer likely explains his recent sacking of fellow player Jota, who will leave his place as an additional player on the Saudi team.

    And she explained that she was not sure that the Liverpool manager, German Jurgen Klopp, would allow Salah to leave, especially since his contract runs until 2025.

    Source: Foot Mercato

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