An imminent divorce between Liverpool and Mohamed Salah ... the new destination is "financially attractive"

The French newspaper "Le Parisien" revealed that a divorce is imminent between the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah and the English club Liverpool, in light of the upcoming plans of the major clubs in Europe and their desire for the replacement and substitution process during the next season.

The newspaper said, today, Thursday, that Mohamed Salah is preparing to receive a lucrative offer from the French club Paris Saint-Germain, which is planning to obtain his services in order to compensate for the expected departure of the young player Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid from next season.

The negotiations between Mbappe and Saint Germain had reached a complicated stage in order to extend the contract for years to come, which prompted Saint-Germain to search for the opportunity to sign the Argentine Lionel Messi or the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, but the Parisian club knows full well that the opportunity has become very difficult with the desire of both big stars. Stay with Barcelona and Juventus respectively.

The newspaper pointed out that in the event that Saint Germain did not make a move to sell Mbappe in the new season because his contract expires in the summer of 2022, the player will leave for free starting next season.

The newspaper suggested that Mohamed Salah would agree to a looming offer from Paris Saint-Germain, whose value would not be less than 80 million euros, which makes the divorce a reality with the approval of Liverpool, who is also seeking to strengthen his ranks and replenish his blood and benefit from the money expected to be brought by the sale card of Salah to the club's treasury.

For his part, Salah seems open to leaving Liverpool more than ever before, especially as he hinted that he wanted to leave "Anfield" more than once because he did not feel appreciated enough that matches what he presented to the club and led the Reds to winning the Premier League title after An absence since 1990, as well as winning the 2019 UEFA Champions League.

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