Spanish analyst advises Liverpool to cash in on £34m ace

Pichi Alonso got in touch Sports that Jurgen Klopp’s could sell Liverpool Mohamed Salah amid interest from Barcelona.

The former Barcelona and Spain international has said Liverpool are “a selling club”, pointing out that former Premier League and European champion Philippe Coutinho has cashed in.

Liverpool sold the Brazil attacking midfield international to Barcelona for £142m in January 2018 (The guard).

Coutinho, who can also play as a winger, is now on loan at Aston Villa.

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Sports have reported that Barcelona are interested in signing Salah in the summer transfer window.

And according to the Spanish publication, the 29-year-old Egypt international who cost Liverpool £34million in transfer fees in the summer of 2017 (BBC Sport), is open to a move to the Camp Nou.

Alonso, who now works as a football analyst, wrote Sports: “Salah also has a year left on his contract at Liverpool and everything will depend on value for money.

“The Reds are a selling club, as Coutinho showed. They transferred the Brazilian and improved his team.”

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Could Liverpool sell Mohamed Salah to Barcelona?

In our opinion, the Roten Salah won’t sell unless Barcelona offer Liverpool a huge amount of money like they did for Coutinho.

The Reds are in a strong financial position and don’t have to sell any of their key assets.

Salah is one of the best players in the world and is currently at the top of his game.

In other news, Darren Bent responds when asked if he would like Arsenal to sign Gareth Bale

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Brian Ashcraft

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