The west Londoners allowed the Egyptian to leave back in 2015, heading to Italian Serie A side AS Roma as a 23 year old desperate to resurrect his career following a difficult spell at Stamford Bridge.
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If Liverpool harbour ambitions of challenging for top honours once again in 2021/22, they simply can’t be in the business of selling their most important assets, especially to domestic rivals.
There has been plenty of speculation over Salah’s future on Merseyside, with La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona touted as the most likely destinations.
However, this season has proved even a sale abroad would severely weaken the Reds – although Klopp would certainly benefit from having the funds to spend in the transfer market.
Whilst a move to a Premier League club would hopefully be a non-starter, there is a debate whether the club would sanction a Philippe Coutinho and Luis Suarez-Esque transfer.