Liverpool have had one of the most prolific attacking lines in Europe this season, and most of that can be attributed to the presence of Mohamed Salah. The former Chelsea and Roma winger has blossomed into a world-class winger at Anfield Road, and some of the best teams in the world are already enquiring about him.
As one would expect, Liverpool do not want to part ways with their in-form forward. However, they know there is a slight chance he might leaves the side during the summer and are already preparing for that scenario. According to a report from El Confidencial, The Reds would be prepared to part ways with the Egyptian star but only if they get a €180 million transfer fee.
To put things into context, Liverpool would only sell Salah if he becomes the second most-expensive player in football history. Real Madrid have been heavily linked with the 25-year-old winger, but it remains to be seen if they remain interested if that’s his price tag.
The Egyptian has quickly settled as a dominant scoring force in Liverpool, and has scored 24 goals in 29 Premier League in his first Premier League season. He has also added 10 goals in 10 Champions League matches, and currently stands as one of the most in-form players in Europe.