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Report: Al Ittihad has plans for Mohamed Salah come January

Mohamed Salah will keep playing for Ansfield - for the time
Mohamed Salah will keep playing for Ansfield - for the time

When Saudi club  Al Ittihad came to collect Mohamed Salah during the Summer Transfer Window, they could not believe what awaited them in the person of Jurgen Klopp’s stubborn resolve.

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But according to trusted reports from the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the fairytale transfer is still a target, with the plans already set and stored.

Liverpool had a promising start this season, thanks to Mohamed Salah and the new additions to the Premier League team. According to Jurgen Klopp’s dream, the player is providing experience and action on and off the pitch towards the hoisting of the Premier League cup. This was made clear in the post-match interview conducted on one of the new talents whose services was purchased by the club, Dominik Szoboszlai.

‘We are really happy that he has stayed,’ said Szoboszlai. ‘We are of course speaking between each other but he wants to stay, he wants to be here and be with us. We are really happy – we need people in the team like him.’

Jurgen Klopp was nearly put in a tight corner when the Arabians brought a sort of money that Mohamed Salah was not worth in the British market. Many assumed the owners of the club might be too weak to the offer, but it seems that Jurgen Klopp’s argument worked. The player was in his plans for the season, and the results already coming in prove he really planned rightly.

Al Ittihad is watching those results closely as they wait for the window in January, hoping to make another bid it becomes likely that Liverpool was not going to clinch the cup. At that time, the American owners of the club would have to sell him because the reason the manager of Ansfield gave was no longer applicable.

Now it seems to depend on Mohamed Salah to be sold. A depreciated performance would be viewed as a statement, whether or not it is one, since many think he was unwillingly tied to the club because of his remaining contract with them.

Jurgen Klopp sounded sure the player wanted to stay.

‘We had meetings this week and the meetings were not about what we did in the past, it was about what we will do in the future. Mo was with the players’ [leadership] committee and had his moments where he was talking and it was nothing like, ‘By the way, this is only until next week’ or whatever.’

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