Paul Merson believes that Liverpool is still at risk of losing Mohamed Salah to the Saudi Pro League, even though the club has rejected a £150m offer from Al Ittihad. Despite the verbal offer, the club has firmly closed the matter and stated that Salah is not for sale. The deal included £100m upfront and an additional £50m in add-ons. Merson suggests that selling Salah for that amount would be difficult for Liverpool as they would struggle to find a suitable replacement. He also questions whether Liverpool can win the league this season, and suggests that accepting a larger offer may be tempting. However, he acknowledges that if Salah were to leave, Liverpool would no longer be competitive in the top-four challenge. Klopp remains committed to keeping Salah and is concerned about the extended transfer window in Saudi Arabia. Salah’s status as the most high-profile Arabic player makes him attractive for Saudi Arabia. The transfer window in the Saudi Pro League closes next week, potentially causing further issues for Liverpool. Klopp expressed his dissatisfaction with the discrepancy in deadlines and urged UEFA to address the situation. Liverpool has rejected the bid on Transfer Deadline Day, with the panel discussing the reasons behind the decision. The Saudi Pro League believes that signing Salah would be a significant achievement as he is considered the most famous Arab footballer in the world. The operation for this transfer is different from conventional transfers, as it is controlled centrally by the Saudi Pro League, the Ministry of Sport, the Sovereign Wealth Fund, and Al Ittihad. While Salah has never publicly stated his desire to leave, there is the possibility of him playing in Saudi Arabia in the future. The Saudis are serious about signing Salah and are willing to offer a substantial salary of at least £1.5m per week, along with a transfer fee exceeding £100m.