Salah does not go to Saudi Arabia… Agent refuted ‘directly’

Salah does not go to Saudi Arabia… Agent refuted ‘directly’

Mohamed Salah’s agent refuted rumors of a transfer to Saudi Arabia.

He is a world class player from Egypt. Growing up in Basel, he was picked up by Chelsea because of his performances in Europe. However, his first attempt at the English stage ended in failure. Afterwards, Salah, who left for Italy, grew up through Fiorentina and AS Roma.

It was a complete success. Salah led the team’s golden era as Liverpool’s ‘living legend’. From the first year of his transfer, Salah, who scored 32 goals in the league alone, established himself as the best player, becoming the top scorer. His 32 league goals was the most since the English Premier League (EPL) switched to a 38-game system. In the 2022-23 season, Elling Holland scored 36 goals and was renewed, but Salah’s impact at the time was great.

Since then, he has been the mainstay of the team. He formed the ‘Wife Line’ with Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino and commanded Europe. Liverpool, which had been through a dark period until the early and mid-2010s, entered its heyday thanks to Salah’s performance and lifted numerous trophies such as the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) and EPL.

Although over 30 years old, Salah is still going strong. Although he was embroiled in controversy at the beginning of the 2022-23 season, he was so outstanding that it is unreasonable to call him ‘sluggish’ compared to other players. Salah, who successfully revived in the second half, scored 19 goals and 12 assists in the league alone, ranking third in the most attack points after Holland (44) and Harry Kane (33).

Salah will lead Liverpool’s attack in the new season. In this situation, he was suddenly brought up in transfer rumors. ‘Ariyadhiah’, which delivers news from Saudi Arabia, reported on the 7th (Korean time) that “Al-Ittihad has started negotiations with Salah.” There are also specific conditions. Al Ittihad offered Salah an annual salary of 90 million euros (approximately 128.9 billion won) and a transfer fee of 60 million euros (approximately 85.9 billion won).메이저사이트

Recently, Saudi Arabia has been showing great recruitment moves. After revealing their ambitions last winter by signing Cristiano Ronaldo, the Saudis are bringing in a slew of world-class players this summer. This is how he approached Sala.

However, the chances of transfer are slim. Because the agent directly refuted. According to the British media ‘Liverpool Echo’, his agent, director Rami Abbas, said on social media, “If I had decided to leave Liverpool this year, I would not have renewed my contract last summer. Salah is still committed to his Liverpool life.”

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