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Liverpool are asking for £80m for Mohamed Salah amid interest from PSG



Liverpool could put an €80m price tag on Mohamed Salah as speculation about the forward’s future on Merseyside mounts.

According to Fichajes, Liverpool could ask for 80 million euros for the sale of Mohamed Salah. Media reports suggest the Egyptian is considering his future at the club amid ties to Paris Saint-Germain, with the Merseysiders likely to make a lot of money from the 30-year-old.

Liverpool had a disappointing finish last season losing to Real Madrid in the Champions League final. They also narrowly lost to Manchester City in the Premier League title race. Many have predicted that they will challenge on all fronts in the current campaign.

Instead, they struggled, languishing in sixth place and eyeing eventual UEFA Champions League elimination. Many players’ performances have prompted calls that Jurgen Klopp could need a major makeover in all areas of the squad, which the manager is considering.

The departure of Sadio Mane weakened their attack as the newcomers found their rhythm. The Senegal international has broken up the famous trio of Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah as further changes could take place next summer. Now that the Brazilian is about to leave, the Egyptian can also leave.

Salah had another brilliant season with 22 goals and 11 assists in all competitions. And if the clubs are interested and the player is eager to leave, Liverpool may not stand in the way. Instead, they were able to cash in significantly to improve their transfer funds.

The Merseysiders could ask for €80m for Salah in the next window. The 30-year-old fortune teller only signed a new contract until 2025 last summer. Liverpool have the advantage if they sell him just a year after the extension.

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly keen on Salah as they consider changes to their frontline. Neymar could leave the club while the future of Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé remains uncertain. The Liverpool star could replace one of them and maintain the club’s high level of attack. Some speculate that the striker would like to continue playing in the Champions League and may not prefer a return to the Europa League. After a few weeks of bounce, Liverpool suffered a setback in the race for a top four finish with defeat to Bournemouth.

For now, Liverpool and Salah are focusing on the rest of the season, starting with the Champions League match against Real Madrid. A future summons could take place in the summer, depending on how much interest there is in the talisman star.


Liverpool to beat Arsenal for Ansu Fati signature as
Barcelona accept £53m bid

The Premier League is the only possible destination for Barcelona’s Ansu Fati, according to Sport amid reports linking the Spain international with Arsenal and Liverpool.

When the La Masia graduate inherited Lionel Messi’s iconic number 10 shirt a few seasons ago, Fati had no idea how his career would unfold at Barcelona.

In all competitions this season, the 20-year-old prodigy has started just 11 games. Only nine of them have come to La Liga. A seemingly endless string of injuries means Fati – arguably the most exciting Barcelona youngster since the aforementioned Argentine – seems unable to string together a string of performances, especially now that Raphinha, Ousmane Dembele and Ferran Torres are on the cards for provide serious competition. for a place the first XI. Coach Xavi, meanwhile, often prefers to drop one of his forwards for another midfielder in high-pressure fixtures. This further limits the possibilities of him.


Fabrizio Romano believes Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are testing the waters; The Gunners have reportedly held initial talks with Fati’s representatives. Some point to a possible price tag of £90m. Although Sport believes that a bid of more than £50m could be enough to shake Barca’s arm. Fati has missed no less than 86 games through injury since the start of the 2019/20 season (Transfermarkt).

“We cannot rule out the sale of a striker this summer,” admits Barcelona president Joan Laporta. “When Memphis Depay left us (for Atletico Madrid), we could have signed a striker.

“But the economic reality is very difficult and we cannot rule out the sale of a striker.”

Fati didn’t hide his desire to stay and fight for his place. However, the lack of regular playing time is becoming a growing concern as Barca are aware that their agent – the influential Jorge Mendes – is now considering the possibility of a summer exit. Sport believes that if Fati leaves, the Premier League will be his only realistic destination. Clubs in Italy and Germany are spending eye-watering sums on an incredibly gifted but injury-prone striker. Barça also won’t risk letting Fati go to a direct La Liga rival.

“Ansu was very good,” Xavi said in October. “He was great in training. Ansu has proven to be important and I’m sure he will be (again). »

Since then, however, his minutes have steadily dwindled.