"He is Leaving" Based on Liverpool's "stance," Mohamed Salah's transfer to Barcelona is "made" by the club. - sportupdate
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“He is Leaving” Based on Liverpool’s “stance,” Mohamed Salah’s transfer to Barcelona is “made” by the club.



As a result of Liverpool’s “stance,” Mohamed Salah’s transfer to Barcelona is officially decided.Following Liverpool’s “stance,” the club “made” the decision to send Mohamed Salah to Barcelona.

The most up-to-date speculation that Mohamed Salah is set to join Liverpool from Barcelona

Iconic Liverpool player Mohamed Salah was reportedly Barcelona’s first target when considering a trade.


Salah’s speculated exit from Liverpool has persisted since his breakthrough season in 2017–18. Ever since, the Egyptian has been an integral cog in Jurgen Klopp’s machine, and his 204 goals in 332 games put him in sixth position all-time for the club.


According to Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona is gearing up to bring in a new wide forward during the summer transfer window reopening. The La Liga heavyweights reportedly considered signing Salah.On the other hand, the insider says that Barcelona thinks it’s “impossible” to try to steal Salah from Liverpool. This is because, while seeing Salah as the “best option” for their needs, it would be costly to convince the Reds to let their star forward leave the club.


This has led Barcelona to consider three potential replacements for Salah in the transfer market. Kaoru Mitoma of Brighton, Khvicha Kvaratskhelia of Napoli, and Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal are all on that list.His present Liverpool deal is scheduled to end in 2025 because Salah extended it before the start of the previous campaign. More speculation on the 31-year-old’s future is likely now that he is nearing the end of his contract, which is 18 months away.


During the summer, Salah was said to be contemplating a transfer to Saudi Arabia and a possible departure from Anfield. Salah, in contrast, remained on Merseyside and has led the Reds in goals for a second consecutive season.


Despite sitting out since the start of the new year, Salah has scored eighteen goals in all competitions for Liverpool. Salah is aiming to return to Premier League action this Saturday against Brentford after an almost seven-week absence due to injury and international obligations.