Three-time Champions League winners, Real Madrid, are reportedly plotting a multi-billion bid to Liverpool for the Reds’ highly-rated forward, Mohamed Salah during this summer transfer season.
The 25-year-old has been in superlative form in the Premier League as well as in Europe this past campaign; netting 44 goals in all competitions the Reds were involved.
Athe last count, the Egyptian international claimed almost all the individual silverware in the English topflight which includes the PFA Player of the Year award, the Writer’s Player of the Year as well as the Premier League Player of the Year.
Under his first year at the Merseyside, the former Chelsea winger has sent the record for the most goals scored in a single Premier League campaign to the archives after scoring 32 goals, a record that was previously held by the trio of Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.
Already, Salah’s exceptional performance has seen the likes of the Galaticos circle around the current African Footballer of the Year award winner.
Across the width and breath of Europe and beyond, daily media reports are linking the recuperating forward to a switch to the famous Santiago Bernabeu outfit.
According to UK Daily Star report, the La Liga giants are plotting a multi-billion deal that will involve cash plus players that will be juicy to turn down. Florentino Perez, the Galaticos numero uno, is already plotting to table about £88m (€100m) alongside Spanish international, Marco Asensio for the exceptionally talented Liverpool forward.
The Spanish media outlet, Diario Gol further hinted that Jurgen Klopp fancies the quality of the Los Blancos forward as he would not be a bad option if he eventually moves to the Premier League side.