Saudi Arabia to make another Mohamed Salah bid this summer

Saudi Arabia will attempt to sign Mohamed Salah again this summer despite the Egyptian currently being 'very happy' at Liverpool.

The Saudi Pro League have been determined to tempt Mohamed Salah to the Middle East, making a late bid to sign the winger last summer.

However, Liverpool sternly rebuffed Saudi advances for their No. 11, a decision that has been justified by his sensational performances yet again this season.

Salah has helped propel the Reds up the Premier League table and has produced 27 goals in as many games in all competitions.

The 31-year-old has continued to be an integral part of Jurgen Klopp's side this term, but is now into the final 18 months of his contract at Anfield.

Given Liverpool are yet to tie Salah down to a new deal, Saudi Arabia feel they could persuade the attacker to move to the Pro League, with 90min claiming they will make a fresh approach for him this summer.

Al Ittihad were the club leading the charge for Salah's signature last summer, but it's expected to be Al Hilal this time around.

Liverpool reportedly have a good relationship with those involved with Saudi's Public Investment Fund, a relationship that was strengthened by deals for Jordan Henderson and Fabinho last summer.

The Reds were impressed by the conduct of the PIF, especially once Liverpool had confirmed that they wouldn't entertain any offers for Salah - the Saudi Pro League respectfully backing off to preserve the relationship.

90min do stress that Salah remains 'very happy at Liverpool' and could yet sign a new deal with the Merseyside club, although nothing concrete is in place as of yet.

However, given Salah will be 32 by the beginning of next season, Liverpool's resolve would be tested by a gargantuan Saudi bid for the forward.

Salah is currently away on international duty with Egypt, although he was taken off with a hamstring injury during the Pharaohs' 2-2 draw with Ghana at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.

While Egypt are hopeful that his injury is not serious, further scans should provide a more detailed picture regarding his fitness and potential return to action.

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