Egypt and Liverpool winger, Mohamed Salah has told Liverpool that he wants to move to Saudi Arabia before the closing of the transfer window.
The Egyptian has been the subject of transfer speculation after Saudi Arabian clubs declared an interest in signing him.
A Saudi Pro League club, Al-Ittihad have reportedly offered the winger a huge deal to leave the Liverpool this summer.
Liverpool are not looking to let Salah leave the club but reports have suggested that he has told the club that he wants the move.
It was reported that Salah is looking for a new challenge and is considering leaving the Reds for Saudi Arabia.
According to Rudy Galetti on Twitter, “Mohamed Salah informed Liverpool that he would like to join Al-Ittihad, starting a new experience in Saudi Arabia.
“The final decision is up to #LFC and Klopp as told, there is a huge bid (more than $100m) for the club to let him go. Monday 28th Aug is the deadline.”
The report also says that Al-Ittihad have made a transfer bid worth more than $100 million for Mohamed Salah.
Salah has been Liverpool’s best player since his arrival, having helped them win the Premier League and Champions League.
The Egyptian has made over 307 appearances, scored 187 goals and provided 80 assists for Liverpool.
Liverpool are not looking to let Salah leave this summer and want to keep their star player for the ongoing season.