Al-Ittihad prepares a €300 million operation for Mohamed Salah

Saudi Arabia is targeting a new star by the end of the transfer window: Mohamed Salah.

Last winter, Al Nassr hit hard by recruiting Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese was also free at that time. Many thought it would just be a big blow. But the Saudi Pro League teams have proven the opposite by enlisting several well-known players in Europe. Al-Hilal managed to bring in Neymar, who was not thrilled at the start. Same thing for Al Nassr, who got his hands on Sadio Mané.

For his part, Al-Ittihad achieved the impossible by dislodging Karim Benzema from Real Madrid. Captain and offensive leader of the Merengues, the Nueve finally said yes to the Saudi team. Despite some rumors about a conflict with his coach, the French would feel good in Saudi Arabia where he evolves in particular with N’Golo Kanté and Fabinho. But his club still has an idea to complete its workforce.

Goal Mohamed Salah

Indeed, in its inside pages, the Gazzetta dello Sport explains that Al-Ittihad is doing its best to recruit a new star. This is Mohamed Salah (31 years old). It’s not the first time the Pharaoh has been linked with the Saudi Pro League this summer. But his agent more or less denied it. But according to the publication in pink paper, Al-Ittihad is determined to try the very big blow Mohamed Salah.

The GoS has been talking about an offensive in recent hours. The Italian media specifies that the Saudi team will offer around 100 million euros to Liverpool for their player. For the Egyptian international, Al-Ittihad intends to offer 200 million euros over three years. The SPL club, which is therefore preparing a global operation of 300 million euros (transfer and salary) wants to associate him with Karim Benzema. This may explain the departure of Jota, who will free up a place as an extra-community player within the workforce of Al-Ittihad. But it is not certain that Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool let Salah slip away.

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