Al-Ittihad has not yet given up on Mohamed Salah. The Arab club will come with another offer for the Liverpool striker, as the market in Saudi Arabia closes on September 7. After rejecting the offer of 150 million pounds from "The Reds", the Arab club is expected to make another stratospheric offer. Al-Ittihad are making almost £200 million to change Liverpool's mind.
The English have repeated their position, saying that Salah is not for sale, but surprises are not excluded until the closing of the market. Salah scored 30 goals in all competitions for Liverpool last season, despite the club failing to win a major trophy. Last summer Salah signed a new contract, and for another 3 years with "The Reds".
Meanwhile, coach Klopp has expressed several times his concern about the offers coming from Saudi Arabia, underlining the fact that the market in Saudi Arabia remains open longer than the one in Europe. According to Klopp, this allows Arab clubs to distract players with their offers. However, the German technician has also once again expressed his belief that Salah will not leave Anfield, at least within this season.
Another reason why Liverpool will not give up Salah, beyond the importance of the player, is the difficulty in finding a replacement. Despite the wide network of agents that the English club has at its disposal, a player of Salah's level is almost impossible to find at the moment, considering that the market in Europe is already closed. In addition, Salah has 2 years left on his contract with "The Reds". This means that the club still has time to profit from the sale of the striker's card.