Liverpool is determined to keep Salah.
David Ornstein of The Athletic reports that Liverpool turned down Al Ittihad’s offer to sign Mohamed Salah on the final day of the transfer window.
The Reds received a resounding “no” when the Saudi Arabian club made an offer of more than £100 million for Salah.
Actually, according to BBC, the bid for the deal was £150 million.
Liverpool rejected the offer in a phone call right away, without giving it any thought.
The 31-year-old is not for sale, and the Reds believe the case about his future to be resolved.
Salah has scored once in three games for Liverpool to start the season well.