Mohamed Salah could be the next big signing made by a club in the Saudi Pro League, as reports have claimed that the winger has accepted personal terms.
Reports from David Ornstein have clarified that there is concrete interest in the Egyptian, and an official approach to Liverpool could be made before the end of the transfer window.
Mohamed Salah open to Saudi Arabian move
The stance from Liverpool remains unchanged, as they have no interest in negotiating with Al-Ittihad over a potential deal for Salah.
The clubs previously agreed a deal for Fabinho earlier in the window, but the Reds are reluctant to lose one of their key stars, especially with just seven days remaining of the summer window.
According to reports, the Saudi Arabian club have offered the 31-year-old a two-year deal worth a staggering $360 million.
The latest stories have claimed that the Middle Eastern club will speak to Salah’s representatives, before opening talks with Liverpool about a potential fee.