Saudi media confirms Salah has arrived in Jeddah by private plane.

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It has been reported by media in Saudi Arabia that Mohamed Salah has arrived in Jeddah by private jet to reach an agreement to transfer to Al-Islam Attihad.

       Reports in Saudi Arabia claim that Mohamed Salah has landed in Jeddah. Before moving from Liverpool to Al-Ittihad, according to Okaz, a Saudi Arabian daily newspaper published in Jeddah and Riyadh. Stating that Salah’s transfer from Liverpool to Al-Ittihad It has been agreed upon. Salah is the latest high-profile player to be targeted by the big-money league. Al-Ittihad having already signed Fabinho from Liverpool as well.

Saudi media confirms Salah has arrived in Jeddah by private plane.

          News emerged this week that Al-Ittihad are preparing an offer of around £118 million for the Merseyside outfit. Salah has been hailed as the “crown jewel” of the Arab state. Saudi Pro League chief executive Saad al-Laziz traveling to Europe earlier this week. To help push for a deal late in the transfer window. Okaz now claims to have made progress on an offer to sign Salah from Liverpool. The Egyptian international is said to have flown to Jeddah on a private jet.

          It is reported that Salah will join the big match between Al-Ittihad and Al-Hilal tonight (Friday, September 1, 2023). The report also confidently states that Salah will appear. He made his first appearance for the Saudi Arabian team on 15 September in a game against Al-Aqdad. After the national team break Salah was in London earlier this week. As he posted on
Instagram that they are exploring the Natural History Museum or the Natural History Museum in London. But the winger returned to training in Liverpool on Wednesday. Where he could be seen laughing and joking with his teammates.

          There is also a report from The Telegraph that Al-Ittihad are ready to shell out £150m to sign Salah. Before the European transfer window closes at 11pm tonight, however, there are no hints that a deal is possible in the hours ahead. With Liverpool insisting that Salah is not for sale. But the same report claims that Al-Ittihad were not discouraged by Klopp’s pre-match press conference ahead of the game against Aston. Villa’s match on Sunday takes place today (Friday 1 September 2023) and the German manager will be asked about the 31-year-old’s future.

    Meanwhile, Italian journalist Rudy Galetti gave an update to GIVEMESPORT on the matter, claiming that Salah open to playing in Saudi Arabia Arabia and has informed Liverpool about this matter. He also claimed that A “key group of representatives” from Al-Ittihad are currently on Merseyside to try to convince the Reds to release the player on a salary. £350,000-a-week: “Salah is open to the idea of ​​playing in Saudi Arabia and has raised the matter with Liverpool.As I said last time. But Klopp insists there is no time to sign a suitable option in the market to replace Salah. 

And Liverpool have the same idea. However, Al-Ittihad is not giving up and will continue to persuade Liverpool to reach an agreement until the window closes. The Saudi Arabian football market will continue for several more days. But we can consider that there is still one day left to effectively close this deal. So let’s wait for further developments.” “Right now it’s a little complicated. But a group of key representatives from Al-Ittihad are now in Liverpool to try to convince Salah’s current club to let him go. It depends on the club and Klopp. Let’s wait and see the final answer on this matter.”

          What will happen in Liverpool today? Salah is not the only player who could leave Anfield today, with transfer insider Dean Jones telling GIVEMESPORT that Liverpool will try to fend off Al-Ittihad’s interest in the transfer. Defender Joe Gomez, but has not ruled out the possibility of selling the former England star. Meanwhile, transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Liverpool and Bayern Munich have reached an agreement for Ryan Krafenberg to move to Anfield. Florian PlettenbergGerman journalists claim a €45m (£39m) deal has been reached for the 21-year-old midfielder, who should be signed before the transfer window closes today. Klopp hopes the club’s business will reach a satisfactory conclusion tonight. Before the away game at Aston Villa on Sunday