Klopp: "We don't have an offer for Salah, and if we had the answer would be no"

Today, Klopp gave his opinion and statement about the allegedly already agreed transfer of Mohamed Salah to Al Ittihad and the unrealistic income he would make there.

Today, the German expert and Liverpool strategist responded quite clearly to the rumors that shook the media and removed all doubts from the fans of his club, or threw a big responsibility on himself.

Mohamed Salah was supposed to move to Al Ittihad, who, according to the world media, sent an offer that included 100 million to Liverpool for the signature of the Egyptian, and Salah was supposed to earn 220 million euros a year, which would mean that his current annual salary would (19 million) in Saudi Arabia earned in one month.

But Jurgen Klopp was very precise and clear in his statement: “I already said, if there was something, the answer would be no.”

The news is reported by world-renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano.

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