Mo Salah could be tempted to move to Saudi Arabia this January.
The Reds winger was the subject of interest from Saudi Arabian side Al-Ittihad during the end of the summer window.
The club made an offer of £150m for the 31-year-old but Liverpool quickly resisted a sale for their star player.
Salah is having one of the best seasons of his career registering 10 goals and four assists in 14 appearances in all competitions.
The Egyptian winger has registered a goal contribution in almost every game so far this season.
His contract with the Reds expires in the summer of 2025 and Liverpool won’t be swayed away by an offer from Saudi Arabia this winter.
Dharmesh Sheth stated: “He’s still got another year left on his contract after the summer. I cannot see Liverpool doing any business with Mohamed Salah in January. If they had their way they won’t be doing any business with Mohamed Salah at all.
“That will not stop Al-Ittihad and the Saudi Pro League to try and get Mohamed Salah. He is their number one target, make no mistake about it. It’s like the dream signing for the Saudi Pro League.
“Liverpool will try all they can. He just seems to be getting better and better and better.”
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