Liverpool’s star man Mohammed Salah is said to have drawn interests from bitter rivals Manchester United who may be interested in the Egyptian this summer.
Mohammed Salah has certainly turned heads this season. With 38 goals after the 3-0 win against Manchester City in the Champions League, Salah is currently in the form of his life. And with this stunning form also comes mouth-watering offers from the big clubs who will be fighting for his signature.
One of these big clubs is Manchester United, who look to capitalize on this summer’s transfer window. Jose Mourinho will be keen to close the gap between the Red Devils and City before the next season starts. And they will start by boosting their squad with the signing of Salah. Moreover, according to Express, Mo Salah’s transfer to United may be dependent on Alexis Sanchez move to Real Madrid this summer.
The Chilean who arrived at Old Trafford from Arsenal in January has been struggling for form in recent games. With Real Madrid planning for a major revamp in their squad this summer, Sanchez may very well be on Perez’s mind. Though Real have shown interest in signing Salah, his price tag might be too much for Los Blancos.
Jose Mourinho might allow the Chilean winger to leave the club in order to fund the Salah transfer which is expected to be around 200 million euros. Contrary to this, it would be difficult to say whether Liverpool will allow their main man to leave the club. With the ambition of challenging for the title next season, it is crucial for the Reds that Mohammed Salah should stay at Anfield.
Mohammed Salah will be a target for many clubs this summer. We cannot say for sure whether Real will be fighting for his signature. However, considering Gareth Bale’s expected departure from the Bernabeu which is almost certain, the 25-year-old would make a great partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo. Manchester United would then have to fight Los Blancos for the Egyptian Messi’s signature, who look to go all out in this summer’s transfers along with the La Liga giants. Most of all Liverpool fans will hope that their striker remains faithful to the Kop.