Mohamed Salah has reportedly turned down the chance to join Real Madrid or Juventus this summer, with both sides looking to pursue a £150million move, but the winger is said to be open on a move away in the future.
Salah has been a key figure for Liverpool since joining from Roma in 2017, scoring 71 goals in 104 appearances in all competitions, including the opening goal in the Champions League final triumph over Tottenham.
And according to the Mirror, both European giants Juve and Real were lining up a £150million bid for Salah this summer, and Jurgen Klopp has been made aware of the interest in the 26-year-old.
The report also suggests that while Salah is happy to stay at the club for another season after helping the Reds win a sixth European title, the Egypt international will not rule out a move away from Anfield next summer.
Four potential replacements for Salah
Pepe has been strenuously linked with a move to Liverpool this summer with the winger looking set to leave LOSC Lille.
Ziyech was a key figure for Ajax last season, helping the Dutch side win the domestic double and reach the Champions League semi-final.
The former Chelsea man is another who has been linked with a move away from Ligue 1 this summer.
An unlikely one, but Bale’s future at Real Madrid looks uncertain amid ongoing speculation about his relationship with Zinedine Zidane and following the signing of Eden Hazard, so the Welshman could be an option.