Liverpool have been told to add another £10million onto their bid to land Mohamed Salah — or forget it. The Reds have resurrected talks with the winger’s club, Roma, after having an initial bid of more than £26m turned down. But on Wednesday, as negotiations intensified and were confirmed by their sporting director Monchi, Liverpool were warned that “Roma is not a supermarket” and the Italians will set the price. We understand that the price is around £35.5m — and the Premier League side will be told it is a take-it-or-leave-it deal for the Egypt international, who has been identified by Jurgen Klopp as the pacy wideman his system needs.
Roma chief confirms Liverpool bid for Mohamed Salah but warns price for winger must be met
Daily Mirror | Jun 15