Jurgen Klopp claims Liverpool have NOT received an offer from Saudi Arabia for Mo Salah and insists their position on the subject 'remains the same'
- Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool have not received an offer from Saudi Arabia
- Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad are said to be willing to pay over £120m
- He says the club's position on the subject regarding Salah 'remains the same'
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Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad are said to be willing to pay over £120million to land the Egyptian international this summer.
The latest offer trumps the £118m fee that the Middle Eastern mega-spenders had been readying as they try to convince the Reds to sell.
However, Klopp has insisted such offers for Salah will be rejected given the 31-year-old's importance to the Premier League giants.
Speaking at Friday's press conference, Klopp said: 'The position remains the same absolutely. That's how it is. Nothing else to say. No offer as far as I know.'
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool have not received an offer from Saudi Arabia over the signing of Mo Salah and claims their position on the subject 'remains the same'
Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad are said to be willing to pay over £120million to land Salah
A late sale of Salah would leave Liverpool in the lurch - especially if the deal goes through during the Saudi transfer window which stays open seven days later than Europe.
His exit could derail their season and Klopp’s entire project at Anfield with the club attempting to bounce-back after a difficult previous campaign.
Salah would be Saudi's biggest coup of the summer after already bringing Brazilian star Neymar to the nation from PSG in August.
Al-Ittihad's bargaining continues the trend of targeting Liverpool players with lucrative moves to the Middle East after several other big names quite Anfield for the riches on offer in the Kingdom.
Jordan Henderson gave up the club captaincy to join Steven Gerrard at Al-Ettifaq, while Fabinho and Roberto Firmino also secured exits.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson and centre-back Ibrahima Konate were also the subject of interest but wanted to continue at the Premier League giants.
More to follow...
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