Mohamed Salah could leave Liverpool in £200m transfer
Al-Ittihad are prepared to make a fresh approach to sign Liverpool star Mohamed Salah, according to Daily Mail.
The Saudi Arabian giants have been determined to land the Egypt international, and they recently proposed to pay £150m.
The proposal has been rejected by the Reds, but Al-Ittihad are not willing to give up yet. They are planning another mega-bid for Salah.
The Saudi Pro League champions are ready to make a renewed offer of £200m and this could seriously test Liverpool's resolve.
Liverpool entertain Aston Villa in the Premier League tomorrow before the international break. Salah could still leave for the Middle East.
The Saudi transfer window does not close until September 7, and this is an added advantage in their favour to secure Salah's services.
As things stand, the 31-year-old seems committed to the Merseyside giants, but the scenario could change if he sends a transfer request.
Al-Ittihad have also tried to sign Joe Gomez from Liverpool in recent days, and could make another approach for the England star.