‘Think You Missed A ‘1’ On The Price Tag’ ‘Is That For His Hair?’ Liverpool Fans React As Journalist Makes Claim About Salah’s Valuation

‘Think You Missed A ‘1’ On The Price Tag’ ‘Is That For His Hair?’ Liverpool Fans React As Journalist Makes Claim About Salah’s Valuation

Liverpool won’t consider selling Mo Salah for less than €80m (£69m) according to ESPN reporter Julien Laurens.

The journalist claims Paris Saint-Germain are considering an approach for the Egyptian international if Kylian Mbappe does not sign a new contract with the Ligue One side.

Salah, who has also been linked with Chelsea, is the Premier League’s joint-top scorer after his goal in the 4-2 win over Manchester United last night, and supporters on Twitter have laughed off claims that he would be sold for such a low transfer fee:

It’s certainly a very conservative estimate from Laurens. However, there are a couple of factors that mean Salah is unlikely to be worth as much as some Reds fans think.

The Egyptian will be 29 in June, and with just two years remaining on his contract, his value will only depreciate over the next twelve months. £69m is still a very low number, though, and it would be a shock if Liverpool agreed to sell for a figure close to that amount.