Liverpool have already decided on whether to sell Mohamed Salah to the Saudi Pro League in January.
In the summer Salah was the subject of interest from the Saudi Arabia, with Al Ittihad even making a verbal offer of £150million for the player at the close of the European transfer window.
However, Liverpool rejected the proposal, which is said to have been £100million up front with a further £50million in add-ons, and insisted the Egypt international was not for sale.
Yet it is widely thought that Liverpool have not yet shaken off the threat of losing Salah to the Saudi Pro League in the coming windows.
Indeed, Football Insider even claimed in September that Al Ittihad were plotting a sensational bid worth £225million for Salah in the final days of the Saudi transfer window.
While such a bid was never made, a ‘well-placed source’ has told the publication that there remains “huge interest” in Salah from the Saudi Pro League, with the division keen to make the attacker one of the jewels in their crown in 2024.
However, Liverpool will allegedly not sell Salah in January irrespective of the offers that come in for him.
It is believed that the Reds owners consider the 31-year-old to be not for sale, even if the player pushes for a move.
Despite the speculation surrounding his future, Salah has been outstanding for Liverpool in the opening stages of the campaign, having claimed 10 goals and four assists in 13 appearances across all competitions this season.
The Liverpool star, who earns a reported £350,000-a-week on Merseyside is under contract there until June 2025.