Liverpool failed to sign Mohamed Salah back in 2014 after wasting a lot of time in the winter transfer window. They should not waste time this summer and must spend big (if needed) to hire his services before any other team takes advantage.
The Reds have already agreed personal terms with the player but they still have to agree a fee with Roma.
Earlier in the day, we covered a report (via KingFut) claiming that the Merseysiders have finally agreed a fee worth €45million with the Giallorossi to sign the Egyptian international.
However, reports going on in the media suggest that the price is still a concern that has not been resolved as yet. Sky sources claim that Liverpool and Roma remain in negotiations and the British side have so far failed to meet the asking price.
Moreover, renowned Sky Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reported on his personal website that Salah is getting closer and closer to signing for Liverpool and only the right offer is needed from the Anfield club to seal the move.
He states that the Serie A giants are demanding a fee of €40million for their prized asset, talks are on-going and Liverpool are getting closer to what they want.
The Reds paid a heavy sum to hire the services of Sadio Mane from Southampton last summer and the Senegalese attacker impressed big time. Salah had the best season of his career for Roma in the last campaign and in all fairness, Klopp should splash the cash to sign him as soon as possible.
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