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Liverpool may let Salah LEAVE for £60m with Real on alert amid new deal deadlock

LIVERPOOL is considering letting Mo Salah follow Sadio Mane this summer.

Owners FSG will weigh a surprise sale if they receive an offer in the region of £60m.


Mo Salah could leave Liverpool for £60m when he enters the final year of his current contract, with Real Madrid circlingCredit: Getty

And LaLiga giants Real Madrid are among the clubs monitoring Salah’s delicate situation.

Mane moved to Bayern Munich for £35m this week as Liverpool cashed in the Senegal star, who only had one year left on his contract.

The same scenario is starting to play out with the Reds’ Egyptian hit man, who can walk away for free next summer.

Salah, 30, has been deadlocked with the club for nearly a year over his demand to be paid £400,000 a week to sign a new contract.

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Liverpool would love to see last season’s 31-goal top scorer stay, but they won’t break their salary structure to keep him at Anfield.

Salah earns just under the £240,000 a week paid by Virgil van Dijk, who has higher earnings, and says he doesn’t want the “crazy” money to stick around.

Real are watching developments and could offer a mega deal, despite the bad blood between Salah and Real’s stars after two Champions League final disputes in the last five seasons.

Bernabeu manager Carlo Ancelotti believed France’s hitman Kylian Mbappe would join before the striker opted to sign a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain.


Real thought they would have to wait another year to land Salah, but Liverpool’s attitude has hardened after paying what could total a club record £85.3m for Darwin Nunez.

Luis Diaz, with a potential total of £49m, was signed in January, while £7.7m was pledged for Fabio Carvalho, who has just joined from Fulham.

Teenagers Harvey Elliott and Kaide Gordon are also attacking the backup.

Liverpool know that by keeping Salah they would be taking a huge financial gamble in their bid to win back the title.

But Americans FSG are renowned for their prudence with the club’s finances and they may decide to take the money and run, although they would refuse to sell it to a Premier League rival.

Salah was crowned PFA Player of the Year 2022 after another stellar season


Salah was crowned PFA Player of the Year 2022 after another stellar seasonCredit: Pennsylvania

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