Some people say £200m is too good to turn down but what's the cost of risking our whole season by losing our main man in attack, financial or otherwise? No thanks. They've had ages to bid. At this point they can f*cking do one!
I think it would be too good to turn down for a player his age IF (and only IF) it was a one off offer that would not be repeated but we all know that they will be back in for Mo at a later date if they're unsuccessful this time. A similar offer will come in again during the Jan window and then in the summer. The club's hierarchy must know this. All the noises suggest they will reject any bid and it seems Mo is being as professional as he ever is so i don't think we have anything to worry about.
I still feel a lot better about it once Thursday has passed though, there is always the niggling doubt. I want rid of it.
Think it’s a win win for Liverpool regardless if he does leave which is extremely unlikely now. I still believe Salah should have put the fans at ease though and not leaving it to others that he’s staying.
They could offer 200 million but can’t see anything happening till next summer now but outside chance in the January window which would give you chance to find a replacement. Nice thing is though you’re still going to get 100/150 million when he’s a year older such the demand for him.
Hendo deserved his critics from Liverpool fans the way he left but don’t think Salah will get the same treatment providing he’s here till at least January.