Liverpool’s Stance On Star Player’s Future Revealed Amid Saudi Interest

Written By Albert Echatah

It appears that Liverpool have ruled out the prospect of letting go of talismanic Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah in the summer transfer window.

Paris 2024: USWNT Prepare For Mexico And Costa Rica Test Ahead Of Olympics

USWNT Faces Major Roster Change As Olympics Approach

Patrice Evra Sentenced To Prison In France

Real Madrid Shortlist Portuguese Defender As Potential Replacement For Manchester United Bound Leny Yoro

More Details

The Merseyside based club deliberated for several months earlier this year on the manager to succeed Jurgen Klopp, ultimately choosing Arne Slot of Feyenoord.

It has become less necessary to have lengthy conversations with a number of their important players because there are other behind-the-scenes positions that need to be filled.

According to The Mirror and as recommended by sporting director Richard Hughes during a press conference, Liverpool is now opposed to sharing any updates regarding any behind-the-scenes happenings.

Speaking to the press, Hughes stated: “On contractual situations, I don’t think it would be fair for me to talk about these.

“These are private matters between club and players. The only concern I and Arne have about situations is total commitment from the players to the cause for next season and we’re absolutely convinced that will be the case.”

According to the report, Liverpool are unwilling to accept a high-ball offer for Salah before the end of August, even if doing so would mean losing out on a sizable amount of money.

Read Also – 7 Most Beautiful Women’s Football Players at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup


According to reports, Premier League clubs have approved the introduction of a development plan that will curb spending beginning with the 2025–2026 season.

The spending cap proposals were approved by 16 teams, and their goal is to keep the gap between the Premier League’s lower-half teams and its financial titans from growing.

Nevertheless, a report from BBC Sport claims that three teams vying for European football—Manchester United, Manchester City, and Aston Villa—are thought to have voted against the proposal.

Do you have a story tip?
Kindly Email: keepup@bettitude.com

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube

Bookmark (0)

About Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Be in the Know! Subscribe To BettiSports Daily Newsletter