Liverpool’s €80m Star Ready to Leave if Reds Fail to Qualify for Champions League!
€80m Liverpool star willing to quit if Reds fail to qualify for Champions League next season Liverpool is having a bad season, and the Reds can’t be blamed for looking ahead to the next season, with numerous changes expected at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp intends to sign at least two midfielders this summer, as that area of the game has been a weakness for his team this season. The German coach’s first goal is Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham, but whether he is prepared to join without Champions League football remains to be seen.
Qualifying for Europe’s biggest competition might have a significant impact on Liverpool’s roster planning, as Mohamed Salah is willing to leave the Merseyside club in the summer if the Reds fail to qualify for the Champions League, according to Fichajes.
The Egyptian just signed a new contract with Liverpool that expires in 2025, but trading the winger would be a good idea.
The most likely suitor has been identified, as has the price tag.
Salah’s likely next destination, according to the article, is French giant PSG. If Lionel Messi or Neymar leave at the conclusion of the season, PSG may be seeking for a new superstar forward.
PSG and Salah have had ‘initial contact,’ according to Italian journalist Rudi Galetti.
Pricing a player with Salah’s undeniable quality while also increasing in age will be tricky. According to the Spanish source, PSG is willing to pay €80 million (about £70.5 million) to sign the Egyptian.
It remains to be seen whether it will be enough to persuade Liverpool to move their most dangerous attacker.
With their fixture list set to become much less crowded, the Reds might yet get to fourth place. Even if they don’t, the Spanish media in issue isn’t known for being one of the more dependable news sources.