The Saudi club offered a world record amount of money to get Salah. Saudi League team Al Ittihad has not yet given up hope of getting Mohamed Salah. The Saudi Pro League (SPL) team continues to offer Liverpool one after the other. In view of that, Al Ittihad has offered a world record transfer fee to Liverpool this time.
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Al Ittihad has offered Liverpool 215 million pounds or 271 million euros to bring Liverpool’s Egyptian star Mohamed Salah to the team. In Bangladeshi taka which is more than 2 thousand 970 crore 37 lakh taka. If this proposal is accepted, it will be a world record transfer fee for a change of team. Previously, in 2017, PSG brought Neymar to the team in exchange for 222 million euros or 200 million pounds from Barcelona. This is the world record transfer fee.
Al Ittihad made an offer for Salah before the European transfer window closed. However, Liverpool did not agree to the offer of 150 million pounds. Salah himself, however, has not expressed interest in leaving Liverpool. Happy at Anfield and wants to see out contract, says his agent. But the Saudi club has not lost hope yet. Al Ittihad want Salah to strengthen their squad before the Saudi transfer market window closes.
According to the British daily The Sun, Al Ittihad has put a package offer of 170 million pounds or 214 million dollars on the table of Liverpool, which can increase to 215 million pounds subject to the fulfillment of various conditions. Not only that, as part of this deal, the Egyptian star is ready to pay 2.45 million pounds or 33 crore 76 lakh rupees per week.
Not only that, there are many other incentives in Salah’s contract. The Egyptian star has been offered a share of his jersey sales after joining Al Ittihad. Besides, there is a bonus of 55 thousand pounds or 75 lakh 80 thousand taka if you win the match. Apart from this, during his stay at the club, he will also have the opportunity to become the ambassador of three major Saudi companies.
Meanwhile, Liverpool’s coach Jürgen Klopp has hung the “not for sale” tag on Salah. Besides, if Salah leaves at the moment when the transfer market is closed, they will not be able to attract any suitable alternative to the team. However, Al Ittihad is also not giving up. The Saudi club will try to pull in the team again.