Real Madrid have been chasing the Egyptian forward since the beginning of January after Florentino Perez allegedly labeled him as a Gareth Bale successor at Santiago Bernabeu.
Los Blancos will undergo a complete overhaul next summer following a frustrating season in La Liga, with Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah heavily linked with a move to the ranks of the European champions.
Some shock claims from Spain insinuate the Reds would require ‘only’ £88 million to release the 25-year-old winger. However, after the sale of Philippe Coutinho, and the imminent departure of Emre Can, Jurgen Klopp would hardly accept to lose another valuable first-team player.
There is no doubt that the former Roma star is on Real’s radar, but considering the amount of money Liverpool requested for Coutinho, it seems highly improbable they would let Salah leave Anfield for less than £100 million.