Al-Ittihad are not giving up on signing Mohamed Salah, with the Liverpool winger already subject to an offer from the Saudi Arabia side today.

According to Sky Sports News journalist Dharmesh Sheth, a second bid could be made today for the 31-year-old attacker after Al-Ittihad saw a £150m offer rejected for Salah.

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Sheth said: “One source has told Sky Sports news that the Saudi club are getting encouragement in certain quarters that a deal is still there to be done.

“And while they feel that encouragement, that’s what will keep them trying.”

Liverpool need to weather Al-Ittihad storm for Salah

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Al-Ittihad are showing no signs of slowing down for Salah, and Sky Sports’ latest update hints that Liverpool are far from out of the storm yet.

The Saudi Arabia side could launch a new bid for Salah in the coming hours, and Liverpool need to be prepared to reject any and all approaches for the winger.

Indeed, Salah is too important for Liverpool to sell, and the Reds must do all they can to reject Al-Ittihad’s advances for the 31-year-old today.

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