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'It would have been a very different conversation' - Mohamed Salah transfer stance could soon change for Liverpool and FSG

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After the deadline of September 7 passed there was likely a collective sigh of relief among many clubs, Liverpool among them. Salah stayed, although there had been some concern that another bid of mammoth proportions would emerge at the death that would have been simply too much for the Reds to say no to for a player with two years left on his deal and 31 years old. Liverpool’s chances of getting back into the lucrative Champions League next season are vastly improved with Salah in the side, while having no chance to replace such an important player meant that it wasn’t something that the club would consider. READ MORE:

“I still think that if clubs really didn’t want to let those players go then they wouldn’t have gone.

At this time, in this particular place, Salah was seen as indispensable to Liverpool and that’s why he didn’t leave.

That obviously comes around in terms of potential broadcasting revenues and commercial deals and everything else that comes with it.

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