So far, Liverpool has had a bid for Mohamed Salah rejected by Roma for a fee of £29 million and Roma are looking to hold out for £35 million.
Liverpool signing Salah would be a very good bit of business even if we pay fees up towards £40 million as he could be the answer to the lack of depth we have in attacking positions. As Salah would be able to go on both wings meaning that he would give us more depth as this then allows Coutinho to drop into the number 8 role.
Furthermore, Salah has had an impressive season at Roma this year scoring 15 goals and assisting 11 times in the Seria A. This has been clearly recognised by Klopp and the Egyptian international would cause trouble in any Primer league sides defence due to the sheer pace of the Egyptian forward, something that we have lacked since Mane.
Liverpool was interested in signing Salah back in 2014 but decided to choose Chelsea instead. He failed to mark his mark at Chelsea and was loaned out to Fiorentina in February 2015 and eventually joined Roma in the summer of 2015.
Signing Salah would be massive for Liverpool as it will add depth and will inject pace at Liverpool. Furthermore, working under Jurgen Klopp will ensure that Salah will improve as a player and will take him to the next level, however it looks increasingly likely that the signing of Salah will break Liverpool’s record signing of £35m.