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5 Players Who Could Leave Liverpool After Klopp's Departure.. Mohamed Salah's Position



5 Players Who Could Leave Liverpool After Klopp's Departure.. Mohamed Salah's Position

The English newspaper "The Sun" has revisited a report on five players likely to leave Liverpool after manager Jurgen Klopp's decision to depart at the end of the current season, with Egyptian star Mohamed Salah topping the list.

Jurgen Klopp surprised everyone last Friday morning by announcing his intention to leave Liverpool at the end of this season.

"The Sun" newspaper stated that there are 5 players from Liverpool's squad who are likely to depart Anfield following Klopp's decision, including Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian star.

The newspaper mentioned that Mohamed Salah had already been subject to intense speculation regarding his potential departure before Klopp's sudden announcement.

Mohamed Salah has been linked to several offers from the Saudi league last summer, with some offers reaching £150 million.

At 31 years old, Mohamed Salah is entering the final stages of his professional career, which will push Liverpool to search for another potential successor.

Replacing Mohamed Salah, known for his prolific goal-scoring, will be a difficult task for Liverpool, but his potential move to the Saudi league, albeit at a high price, could present an ideal opportunity for the club to further rebuild the team.

Among the other players likely to leave Liverpool after Klopp's decision is captain Virgil van Dijk, who had already sparked speculation about his future when questioned about the possibility of his departure following Klopp's decision.

Additionally, there's also goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who isn't considered the top candidate for departure, as mentioned by "The Sun", but his status as a top goalkeeper could attract Saudi clubs if they desire to make a significant deal next summer.

Furthermore, there's the Liverpool duo of Joe Gomez and Joel Matip, with Gomez no longer being a regular starter for the club and may seek to leave in search of regular playing opportunities, while the management might opt to sell either or both players to make a profit if a suitable offer comes in during the summer transfer window.