- Premier League giants, Liverpool have reportedly asked Real Madrid for two players in exchange for in-form Mohamed Salah
- Spanish giants Real Madrid, have shown interest in Salah as a result of his incredible form for Liverpool
- And Liverpool are asking for Keylor Navas and Gareth Bale
Premier League giants, Liverpool have reportedly asked Real Madrid for two players in exchange for in-form Mohamed Salah.
Spanish giants Real Madrid, have shown interest in Salah as a result of his incredible form for Liverpool since joining from Roma last summer.
According to Don Balon, who are renowned for making outlandish transfer claims, Anfield chiefs are aware that Bernabeu bigwig Florentino Perez is desperate to land the Egyptian.
According to the same publication, Liverpool have told Perez they value their star man at £176m in a bid to scare him off.
He is unwilling to meet that figure but reportedly told Liverpool he is prepared to chuck a player into the mix to lower the fee.
Don Balon also suggested that Liverpool informed Perez for forward Gareth Bale and goalkeeper Keylor Navas.
Bale has fallen out of favour in recent months while Real Madrid are eager to replace Navas with Manchester United star David De Gea in pre-season.
Despite both players, arguably, being expendable, Perez is reportedly reluctant to sanction a two-for-one swap.
Salah has fired 43 goals for Liverpool and capped off a brilliant return to English football by being named the PFA Player of the Year.
The 25-year-old is under contract until the summer of 2022 and Anfield chiefs are determined to reward him with a double-your-money deal to fend off his suitors.
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