A clear transfer warning just sent to Mohamed Salah via his former Liverpool mates.
The controversy regarding Jordan Henderson decision to essentially turn away from the LGBT+ community, now he publicly mocked whenever plays for the England team.
But far from this, to be honest, it’s puzzling how dedicated the England manager still is to the former captain of Liverpool.
Henderson is obviously not performing at the exact same level as he done previously. With Ettifaq have only won one of its previous five games.
Ex teammates asked Mohammed Salah to be careful
Not only Henderson isn’t enjoying himself to the fullest in the Gulf. Both Fabinho and Roberto Firmino, his former teammates, are having comparable difficulties.
That ought to be Mohamed Salah’s first serious warning. The Saudi Pro League is obviously interested in the Egyptian.
So far their intentions were clear when Al-Ittihad made a bid of $184 million for the player in the summer.
The nation obviously has an endless supply of money. So there will probably be a lot of player turnover. Especially considering the regulation allowing clubs to sign up to eight foreign players.
Salah has a good chance of persuading anyone that he was someone worth hanging onto, but is the risk really worth it?
The reality that Salah becomes 32 years old when he enters the last 12 months of his Liverpool contract.
Jürgen Klopp doesn’t has any interest in selling the winger. Even Mohammed Salah isn’t showing many signs of slowing down.
Although Klopp said last month via post match interview:
“He knows how players react to him and if he cannot score he can still be a threat for us and that’s super important,”
“I cannot compare Mo to other 30-odd-year-old players because I don’t think biologically he is.”
We can believe in the popular theory that the Germany will not sell his main custodian who confirms the net in every match.