The former Liverpool and England club star, David James, believes that the joining of Egyptian Mohamed Salah to one of the major European clubs during the upcoming summer transfer period has become a reasonable matter.
“The sale of Salah to Real Madrid? If the price is right, any player will be sold. It depends on the money offered,” James was quoted by the British newspaper “Mirror”.
He continued: “Liverpool does not depend on Mohamed Salah only, and this is something that counts for coach Jürgen Klopp, but it is also necessary to sign a substitute, if Salah is dispensed with.”
He continued: “I do not think that Salah’s move to Manchester City (the local competitor) would be a good thing for the Liverpool team, it is better for him to move to a different league.”
He concluded, “As for me, I do not think that Salah cannot dispense with his services at Liverpool FC, and logic says that he will leave for a different league and country in the upcoming summer transfer market.”
Salah had joined Liverpool in the summer of 2017, coming from Rome, in a deal worth 34 million pounds, making it the most expensive deal in the history of the Reds at the time.
The international website “Transfer Market” specialized in determining the prices of football players, the current marketing value of the Egyptian star, is estimated at 120 million pounds.