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Juventus are set to offer Mohamed Salah a$ 12m payment deal this summer to bait him down from Anfield, according to Italian reports.

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.

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