Transfer: Klopp reveals Liverpool’s decision on Saudi Arabia bid for Salah
Mohamed Salah is not up for sale, according to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who stated this on Friday.
Al Ittihad was reportedly prepared to spend £100 million on the 31-year-old yesterday, according to reports.
Salah is poised to become one of the highest-paid players in the world thanks to the Saudi Arabian team.
However, Klopp is adamant that the player has not approached.
“It is difficult to talk about media stories because there is nothing to talk about from our point of view.
“He is essential for us. There is nothing there. If there were something, the answer would be no,” Klopp said.
When asked if he trusted that Salah was committed to Liverpool, Klopp added, “One hundred percent.”
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