Liverpool are now anticipating that ‘world-class’ player will leave Anfield in 2024


Liverpool are reportedly anticipating Mohamed Salah to leave Anfield in 2024 amid ongoing transfer interest from Saudi Arabia.

It’s no real secret that the 31-year-old winger is a major target for the Middle Eastern state, and now, Liverpool are expecting Salah to depart Merseyside after seven seasons at the club.

FootballTransfers claim that the Reds are anticipating the Egyptian international to leave Liverpool in 2024, with Jurgen Klopp’s side rejecting a club-record bid from Al-Ittihad on deadline day this summer.

Lauded by Lauded by Garth Crooks as a ‘world-class’ player, Salah is easily one of the best attackers currently playing in football having starred for Liverpool under Klopp.

Yet all good things must come to an end, and Salah’s time at Anfield now looks like it will be winding down heading into 2024, with Saudi Arabia the destination.

Indeed, Salah is still good enough to play at the highest-level in football, yet if Liverpool are once again subject to a club-record bid for the winger, it would be hard for the Reds to reject such an offer.

For many Liverpool fans, the thought of Salah leaving Liverpool is a thought that is too depressing to even think about given all he has done for the club.

Yet next year is now shaping up to be the period when the Egyptian king makes his bow from Anfield having led the Reds to unrivalled success in both England and in Europe.

With Saudi Arabia calling for Salah, the winger will depart Liverpool as a modern-day legend for the club and one of the best players to ever play for the Merseyside giants.

Should Liverpool receive a club-record offer for Salah, it will somewhat soften the blow, yet there’s no denying that the winger will be impossible to replace.

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