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A former Premier League star has launched an explosive claim that Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has already agreed to move to Saudi Arabia next season.
Salah was heavily linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League last summer, and was the subject of a £150m bid from Al-Ittihad which Liverpool rejected on deadline day.
But the Middle Eastern nation have not given up hope of finally convincing Salah to leave Liverpool – and they may be ready to get their man.
Former Tottenham striker Mido, who also played for Middlesbrough, Wigan and West Ham in the Premier League, stated that his compatriot Salah has already signed an agreement to change Merseyside for Saudi Arabia, but did not specify which club he belongs to. he has agreed to join.
“Mohamed Salah will be in the Saudi League next season,” Mido wrote in X.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah was heavily linked with a move to Saudi Arabia last summer
His compatriot and former Premier League striker Mido (pictured) claimed that Salah has already signed a contract to move to Saudi Arabia next season.
Liverpool could now risk losing Salah and Jurgen Klopp at the same time this summer.
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“The contracts have been signed.”
Mido is not the only one who believes Salah will leave Liverpool at the end of the season, with Reds legend Mark Lawrenson also insisting earlier this month that the Egyptian winger will leave after seven years at Anfield.
Salah’s contract with Liverpool expires next year, but he has put speculation over his future behind him and thrived at Liverpool once again this season.
The 31-year-old has scored 19 goals in 28 appearances to keep his team in the hunt for a historic quadruple.
Liverpool lifted their first trophy of the season this Sunday after beating Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley, but Salah missed the match due to a muscle problem.
He has only played twice for Jurgen Klopp’s men in 2024 after suffering a hamstring injury at the Africa Cup of Nations, but footage emerged of him running while filming a Pepsi advert earlier this week, suggesting which raised hopes that he could return for the season soon. -in.
Liverpool are still in the fight to win the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League as they aim to give Klopp the perfect send-off before he leaves the club this summer.
But the Reds could now risk losing Klopp and Salah at the same time, which would be a major setback for the club heading into next season.