Liverpool’s Mo Salah is reportedly considering a £200m transfer to Saudi Arabia as he delays a deal with Egypt

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Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah (Niall Carson/PA)

According to British media reports, Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has postponed his move to Egypt for international duty, leaving him to consider a stunning £200million move to Saudi Arabia.

Liverpool are believed to be close to receiving a £200million bid for his talisman and a Saudi Arabian delegation is said to have landed in the UK in a last-ditch attempt to bring the striker to Al- to lure ittihad.

A £150m offer, with a £100m upfront payment, was rejected ahead of the European transfer deadline but the Saudi Pro League remain undeterred in their hunt for African football’s flagship.

However, Salah has so far given no indication that he wants to leave the club. His teammates have indicated that he has sent the message that he will stay. However, the huge sum could be too big for Fenway Sports Group, the owners of Liverpool, to ignore, although they may decide to let him go next summer.

His Anfield manager Jurgen Klopp showed defiance when discussing Salah’s future on Sunday, stressing: “I never had and have no doubts about his future, his commitment to this club.”

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool’s stance on keeping Mohamed Salah will not waver

“Believe me, you have no idea how much fuss the whole world is making and how relaxed we are about it. He’s our player, he wants to play here and that’s all.”

But Salah is reportedly less certain about his future and has been given permission by the Egyptian Football Association to stay in England for expected transfer talks with Al-Ittihad.

The Saudi Pro League transfer window closes on Thursday, allowing Salah to skip the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia before being included in the squad for the September 12 friendly against Tunisia. Liverpool’s Mo Salah is reportedly considering a £200m transfer to Saudi Arabia as he delays a deal with Egypt

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