Liverpool is looking at ace Mohamed Salah (31). This is because Saudi Arabian clubs’ interest in Salah, who is under contract until the summer of 2025, is more aggressive than ever.
Liverpool has Zane, Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) and Victor Osimhen (Napoli) among the candidates for recruitment. In particular, the winger is in his prime this season with seven goals in 11 games. The contract period is also until the summer of 2025, so it is easy to access.
Britain’s Manchester Evening News said on the 16th (Korea Standard Time), “Liverpool has even prepared to write a club record to recruit you.” He is preparing more than 80 million pounds (about 131.7 billion won) that he paid to Benfica (Portugal) when he recruited Darwin Núñez last summer.
However, German ‘Bild’ Christian Polk insisted that it is not you but Musiala that Liverpool under coach Jurgen Klopp is after. Polk said: “Most importantly, Liverpool are very interested in Musiala. Liverpool does not want to miss the next generation of German talent that has grown in England since Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid).”
Musiala started a series of matches against Werder Bremen, the opening game of the Super Cup and Bundesliga. But a hamstring injury has kept him out for a while He returned in a fourth-round match against Leverkusen last month. He also started two consecutive A matches between the German national team against the U.S. and Mexico this month.
Musiala is under contract with Munich until the summer of 2026. However, the Musiala agent decided not to discuss a new contract with Munich this season, giving Liverpool room.
Polk said, “Munich has a problem with you, who are having the best season since the transfer. Liverpool are also interested in you. If Salah leaves, you can take over. You are fast and flexible in attack like Salah, he said. “But I heard that Musiala is Liverpool’s priority. “If Liverpool fails to recruit Musiala, I will go after you,” he stressed.
In response, the British ‘TBR Football’ insisted that you and Musiala should be recruited at the same time. Liverpool has prepared £110 million to recruit Moises Caicedo (Chelsea), and Salah should invest the cash he will receive if he moves to Saudi Arabia.
Most of all, Musiala’s weekly salary is still only 91,000 pounds (about 150 million won) despite his outstanding talent. Another advantage is that both you and Musiala do not need to adapt separately as they have grown up in the Premier League.