Liverpool will reportedly not be tempted by any bids for their star player Mohamed Salah this summer.
The Egyptian international has been a revelation at Anfield since his move to the club from Roma before the start of the season.
Salah failed to cut it at Chelsea during a two-year spell, but he has become a key figure at Liverpool having scored 36 goals in all competitions, four of which came in last weekend’s 5-0 rout over Watford.
The 25-year-old could attract interest from Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid this summer, but according to The Telegraph, Liverpool will resist all offers as they are in a strong position to keep hold of Salah.
The report claims that the Merseyside side outfit are comfortable financially and are determined to make sure that the club is a destination for top players rather than a stopgap until a European giant comes along.
Reports have emerged claiming that interested parties could be willing to make Salah the most expensive footballer on the planet with bids in excess of £200m.
The Reds lost Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in the January transfer window after initially fending off interest in the summer.