The Egyptian contract is set to expire in 2023 and, despite Liverpool’s sweats to tie him down to a new deal, the club and player have to reach an agreement.
Meanwhile, Juventus are set to lose Paulo Dybala on a free transfer in summer after addresses with the Argentine broke down.
The Serie A side are now eyeing a move for Salah to fill the void and are preparing a huge fiscal package to bring him to Turin, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Dybala was reportedly set to fund$8.5 m after duty plus bonus of $ 3m each time, taking his periodic payment to$ 11m.
But levies paid by Juventus would have seen their payout doubled, meaning the forward would have bring the club$ 88m over the coming four times.
With Dybala’s departure-and Cristiano Ronaldo’s unforeseen exit last summer-Juventus have seen a large quantum of finances freed up.
The new gap on their paycheck bill could see them fund a move for Salah and the Old Lady are reportedly ready to offer the 29- time-old a four- time deal worth$ 12m per time net.
Still, Juventus will have to navigate the winger’s complex contract situation at Liverpool.
The Reds bought Salah from Roma in 2017 for$ 56m and the Egyptian has since gone on to establish himself as one of the stylish players in the world.
Salah has won the Champions League, Premier League, Club World Cup and Carabao Cup during his time at Anfield.
He has bagged the Golden Boot doubly and amid his most fat season-with a census of 20 Premier League pretensions so far-he looks set to add a third to his collection.
Juventus will face a challenge to agree a figure with the Merseyside outfit, who’ll only be likely to let him leave this summer for a hefty price label.
Salah has been inclination for a new deal at Liverpool since December 2020 — with his last extension coming in July 2018 — and has constantly said the outgrowth is in the club’s hands.
He’s believed to want 660 000$ per week, which would make him comfortably the most paid player in the Reds’ history.
Director Jurgen Klopp said that addresses have been ongoing but recent reports suggested conversations haven’t taken place since December.
‘I understand these questions but the club is in addresses with all the agents and all the people. Until also it makes no sense,‘the German said.
‘The Mo question, nothing new happened, everything is fine. Mo is giving absolutely everything to the club. The club is in addresses with all the agents and that’s how it should be.’
He added‘Mo surely expects this club to be ambitious, we were in the last many times and we are. From my point of view, it’s exactly like it should be at this time.
‘ Nothing happened further, no signing, no rejections. We just have to stay, it’s fully fine.’
Still, Salah’s agent Ramy Abbas Issa appeared to laugh off the Reds master’s suggestions as he posted a tweet with seven crying-with- horselaugh emojis an hour after Klopp had spoken.