Mohamed Salah has a question mark over his future, according to reports. This comes at a time when clubs seek a forward.
ESPN claims that Liverpool aren’t entirely sure how Mohamed Salah sees his future. He may well see it away from Anfield.
Salah’s contract expires in 2023, meaning this summer is the last time Liverpool can secure a big fee for him, too. It puts a question mark over things.
For if they believe he could push for a move in a year, perhaps it makes sense to see what the market is this summer. Liverpool will get more money now than they would with one year left on his deal.
And there likely is a market.
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Teams are reportedly looking at Harry Kane as an alternative to Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe. SER Deportivo reports that’s what Real Madrid are thinking.
Marca believes Barcelona have the same idea. Only, Kane will be tough to sign.
He has three years left on his deal and Tottenham Hotspur really don’t want to sell. Salah, though, may be more attainable.
If the Egyptian pushes for a move, Liverpool may well listen. Then teams have a world-class, versatile forward to move for in case they don’t sign a primary target.
If they’re looking at Kane, we can certainly assume they’ll look at Salah.
But it all really just comes down to Liverpool and what they’re thinking. Do they want their £34m star until the end of his deal? Or would they rather secure a huge amount of cash as teams struggle to find elite forwards?
We imagine they’d prefer to keep things together rather than sell an integral piece. But prefer that mentality changes if Salah pushes for the move.
No matter what, it seems Liverpool have a decision to make this summer.