Mohamad Salah will be allowed to shockingly leave Anfield this summer by Liverpool.
If the Reds get a good offer, the 30-year-old Egyptian forward might follow Sadio Mane out the door.
The Sun reports that Salah’s five-year tenure on Merseyside might end if one of his pursuers coughs up £60 million.
To prevent losing Mane when his contract expires next year, Liverpool traded him to Bayern Munich earlier this week for £35 million.
Mohamad Salah, who has a year left on his current contract and has not yet signed a new one, may experience a similar circumstance.
His demands for a salary of £400,000 a week have kept him and the Reds at odds for the majority of the past year.
According to the report, Mohamad Salah makes slightly less money than Virgil van Dijk, the club’s highest-paid player at £240k a week.
However, Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez’s arrivals in January and earlier this month have strengthened Liverpool’s position, therefore they do not want to significantly alter their wage structure.
Carlo Ancelotti continues to be a major supporter of Mohamed Salah, and Real Madrid has been linked to a bid for the Egyptian for a while.
In 254 games since coming from Roma in 2017 for £34 million, he has scored 156 goals, including 31 goals last season.
In other developments, Sky Sports reports that a transfer fee for striker Gabriel Jesus has been agreed upon by Arsenal and Manchester City.
Gini Wijnaldum, who joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer from Liverpool barely a year ago, is being watched by Leicester, West Ham, Everton, and Wolves, to name a few.
Hector Bellerin, who spent last season on loan from Arsenal at Real Betis, is a target for Atletico Madrid, according to Goal.