Liverpool have been linked with Roma winger Mohamed Salah in recent times. The Egyptian star has been the subject of a £28 million bid from the Anfield club as their German boss aims to strengthen his squad significantly ahead of the new campaign.
However, Roma owner Mr James Pallota, speaking on Liverpool’s attempts on Salah, says the player is not on the verge of joining the Anfield club (contrary to what we think)It is understood that Jurgen Klopp’s side
It is understood that Jurgen Klopp’s side is keen to get the transfer done as quickly as possible and have increased talks this week with the Serie A club asking for £35 million.
However, Pallota admits the two teams are already in contact, but that no deal has been done.
Speaking to Sirius XM Radio, Pallota revealed that Liverpool are continuously making offers for many of Roma’s players.
If the deal for Mohamed become a reality, the Egyptian could become Liverpool’s most expensive signing (considering the transfer fee with add-ons)
Jurgen Klopp wants to bolster his squad before the Champions League play-off in August as he is getting set for one last push to make it into the group stage.
Liverpool have seeded already, and as their ten possible opponents are now confirmed, we should expect a favourable draw for the Reds.