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Michael Edwards considering selling ‘extraordinary’ Liverpool player in the upcoming transfer window…



Michael Edwards is prepared to offload a ‘phenomenal’ player from Liverpool this summer…


Exclusive: ‘Phenomenal’ Liverpool player on the market this summer, confirms Michael Edwards.


HITC has learned that the Saudi Pro League is preparing to make their first move for Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah, aiming to finalize a deal before the summer transfer window commences.


Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian forward for Liverpool, is the top priority for the Pro League, with sources indicating that a potential agreement is within reach.


It is believed that Al-Ittihad, supported by PIF, is the frontrunner to secure Salah’s services, given their track record of signing high-profile players in the Pro League, such as Karim Benzema.


Benzema’s relationship with Marcelo Gallardo has been strained, leading to speculation that the former Real Madrid striker may depart this summer. A potential return to Lyon is on the cards for the Frenchman.


Al-Ittihad is banking on signing Salah to propel them forward, with hopes of reaching an agreement soon. The forward, praised as “phenomenal” by Rio Ferdinand, could be a game-changer for the club.


Michael Edwards, Liverpool’s new footballing chief, is prepared to let Mohamed Salah go if the player expresses his desire to move to the Middle East. Salah is expected to become the highest-paid player in the world in this potential move.


Liverpool is already preparing and conducting research on several potential signings, such as Nico Williams, Pedro Neto, and Florian Wirtz. Jurgen Klopp’s team currently holds the second position in the Premier League standings.


With 71 points from 31 matches, they are tied with Arsenal, who are currently leading the league. Meanwhile, defending champions Manchester City are in third place with 70 points from 31 games.



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