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Al-Ittihad land in England to make another push for Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah

Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad will make another offer for Liverpool star Mohamed Salah before their transfer window closes on Thursday, per the Daily Mail.

Sources close to the situation have revealed that a Saudi Arabian delegation arrived in London over the weekend. They will embark on a last-ditch effort to convince Liverpool to part ways with Salah.

Despite Liverpool’s unwavering stance that Salah is not for sale, senior figures within Al-Ittihad believe it’s worth giving it one more shot, while others counsel patience until the next summer transfer window.

Liverpool rejected a staggering £150 million offer from Al-Ittihad for the 31-year-old forward last Thursday.

However, the Saudi club are undeterred and will increase their offer to an astonishing £200m within 48 hours.

The belief is that Salah may entertain the idea of joining Al-Ittihad. This notion has sparked optimism among the Saudi delegation.

In a recent statement following Liverpool’s resounding 3-0 victory over Aston Villa on Sunday, manager Jurgen Klopp reaffirmed his confidence in Salah’s commitment to the club.

Klopp said (via Sky Sports): “I never had any doubts about his commitment to this club.

“You can’t imagine how much fuss the world has made but how calm we are with it. He is our player, and he wants to play here.”

However, Al-Ittihad are poised to test Klopp’s assertions with renewed interest and significant financial clout.

Salah is one of the best players in the world and is still in top form. A move to the Saudi Pro League would be a significant coup and send a message to European clubs.

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