Liverpool Players Unfazed by Speculation Surrounding Mohamed Salah’s Future

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has expressed the squads confidence in Mohamed Salahs commitment to the club despite ongoing speculation about a potential worldrecord bid from Saudi Arabia. Last week, AlIttihads £150 million offer for Salah was rejected by Fenway Sports Group president Mike Gordon, who considers the matter closed. However, there are suggestions that they may return with a £200 million bid for the 31yearold.

Manager Jurgen Klopp reiterated the clubs stance after their 30 win over Aston Villa, with Robertson stating that the squad believes Salah will remain at Liverpool. He emphasized Salahs professionalism and dedication to the team.

Robertson further mentioned that speculation about player futures is common, but it hasn’t affected Salah, who continues to perform at his best. Despite the ongoing questions about Salah’s future, the Liverpool squad remains focused on the season ahead.

Liverpool’s squad appears revitalized after some summer signings, with Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai impressing in midfield. Szoboszlai scored his first goal for the club in a comfortable victory against Aston Villa.

On the new signings, Robertson noted that Szoboszlai possesses excellent technical skills and is expected to have a bright future at the club. The squad delivered an impressive performance, and Robertson believes the team is well-prepared for the upcoming season.

Meanwhile, Liverpool’s recent midfield recruit, Ryan Gravenberch, has opted not to join the Netherlands Under-21 team as he focuses on settling in at the club.

Liverpool supporters are eagerly awaiting the resolution of Salah’s situation as the transfer window deadline approaches.