It’s no longer news that Real Madrid are interested in signing Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah this summer.
The Egyptian forward is currently one of the most impressive strikers in the world. His goalscoring ratio this season has been very exciting and he’s in contention for this season’s European Golden Shoe award.
Salah has scored 36 times with 12 assists in all competitions this season and he is on course to add to his tally when the Premier League returns after the on-going international break.
Due to his exploits in his debut season at Anfield, Real Madrid Remain keen on signing him and their bid for the player has reportedly taken a new direction as the Los Blancos now offer a three-players-plus-cash deal to Liverpool so as to lure him to Santiago Bernabeu ahead of the upcoming season.
The UEFA Champions League winners have been domestically poor this season and they hope to find a perfect and long-term solution to their problems before the start of the 2018-19 season.
The 26-year-old joined Liverpool in the last summer transfer window in a £37m contract deal and he has seen his value risen up due to his brilliant performances for the Merseyside club.
According to the Mirror, Madrid are willing to pay £45million, including three of their players so as to get the Egyptian.
It is yet to be seen if Liverpool, who remain adamant to let go of the player, would be able to resist Madrid’s tempting offer, considering that they only lost one of their best players, Coutinho to Barcelona in the January transfer window.