Paris Saint-Germain took the transfer window by a storm and managed to clutch big stars like Messi, Ramos and Donnarumma. The hunt hasn’t ended as PSG are now considering Mohamed Salah to be the apt replacement for Kylian Mbappe.
Drama continued to build up late during the transfer period when Real Madrid offered a whooping €160m for Mbappe. With PSG declining the initial offer, Madrid offered another bid worth €170m up front plus €10m in add-ons but failed to sign the 22-years-old Frenchman.
Madrid are now prepared to sign Mbappe as a free agent with his contract expiring in June 2022.
Can Mohamed Salah find a new home at PSG?
It is no doubt that the Egypt international is one of the best players in the world. As reports suggest, the PSG board and fans love Salah and are optimistic to sign him.
The 29-years-old winger has reportedly demanded a salary of £400,000 per week to sign a new contract at Liverpool. His agent Ramy Abbas Issa, flew into England on Saturday – fuelling speculation of further talks over a new £500,000-a-week deal.
With Mbappe’s exit to the Bernabéu seeming more likely with passing days, PSG could offer a huge sum for Salah; with his contract expiring in 2023.
The positive impact left by Salah at Liverpool
Ever since Mo has joined Liverpool in 2017, he’s appeared in 213 games – scoring 135 goals and 51 assists. The Liverpool talisman has won 4 titles with the club including the Premier League and the Champions League.
Not just the team, but Salah’s had a huge impact on the citizens of Liverpool also, with hate crimes in the Merseyside area dropping by 19% and anti-Muslim comments online reduced to 50% – since he joined Liverpool.
The fans and people simply love the “Egyptian King”. Even Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp was gushing in his praise for Salah after his performance at Vicarage Road.
The German admitted: “The performance was massive, absolutely outstanding, the whole team’s performance . . .but Salah was absolutely exceptional.”
“I think that it’s clear there is nobody better than him in world football at the moment.” – said Jürgen Klopp
Even though Klopp refused to comment on Mohamed Salah’s contract renewal, it is safe to assume that “The Pharaoh” has received enough love and support from Anfield for him to sign a new contract with the club.
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