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Liverpool have a perfect January transfer target to replace Mohammad Salah

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Liverpool FC have a ‘perfectJanuary transfer target to replace Mohamed Salah, if the Egyptian moves to the Saudi Pro league. Mohammad Salah is still being linked with Saudi side Al-Ittihad for a huge money move. Al- Ittihad are reportedly desperate to sign the Liverpool winger before the deadline of Saudi Pro League. Liverpool turned down a huge offer of £150million on Friday, since they did not want to sell Salah. There is no indication if the Reds will soften their stance but Al- Ittihad may return with another huge money offer.

Liverpool option to replace Salah if he exits

If Salah is sold to Ittihad, Liverpool will undoubtedly need to find a replacement for him. They may target Georgian International Khvicha Kvaratskhelia. The Napoli winger has been emerging as one of the finest wingers in the world, over the course of last season. He is currently under contract with the Italian champions until the summer of 2027. He is earning around £16k per week, but wants his salary to be increased as he is amongst the lowest-paid players in the senior team. If Napoli refuse to incremate his wages, things can fall in favour of Klopp and co. They can be tempted to bring him to Anfield with a substantial pay rise. The 22-year old can serve as a long term replacement of Mo Salah.

Though, it is worth noticing what will be the situation between Salah and the club board. The Reds have clearly indicated that Salah is not for sale. Their midfielder Szoboszlai said on Sunday that Mohamed Salah wants to stay at the club.

You know it is football, everyone is talking,” said Szoboszlai. “We are really happy that he has stayed. Of course we are speaking to each other but he wants to stay, he wants to be here and be with us. We are really happy, we need people in the team like him.”

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