Liverpool reach agreement with Roma's flying Egyptian international

02 June at 10:11
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is close to landing his first big name signing of the summer with reports in La Gazzetta dello Sport and The Times (via The Sun) stating that the Merseyside giants have agreed a deal with Roma forward Mohamed Salah.
 
The 24-year-old has had an exceptional couple of seasons in the Italian capital after joining the Giallorossi on a permanent deal from Chelsea last summer for just £13M. With the Italian side battling to balance the books due to the Financial Fair-Play restrictions imposed on them by FIFA, the club’s power brokers are aware they will have to offload some of their best talent. 
 
Despite this and the fact that they have agreed personal terms with the player, Roma are understood to be holding out for the £35M that they believe Salah is now worth; Liverpool have already submitted a £28M offer which has been rejected.
 
Salah netted 15 times last season and Klopp is believed to be impressed with the Egyptian’s performances believing he can make the player an even deadlier force back in the Premier League.

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