Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has verbally agreed a move to Saudi Arabia at the end of the campaign, according to Football Insider.
The Egypt international was on the radar of Al-Ittihad during the summer. They were prepared to pay as much as £150 million, but the Reds were reluctant to consider his departure.
Salah has since been hugely influential for the club across all competitions, but reports claim that he will move to the Middle East next summer.
The attacker has reached a verbal agreement in principle. Football Insider claim that a transfer to the Saudi Pro League is pretty much a done deal.
Liverpool will obviously make the final decision on his future, but they may not deny him the second chance to join the multi-million league.
If Salah leaves, the Reds are bound to invest on a marquee forward. They are claims that they are exploring a deal for Napoli’s Victor Osimhen.
Osimhen is also on the radar of Premier League rivals Chelsea.