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Jadon Sancho can help Liverpool complete next major transfer after Mohamed Salah signing confirmed

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Liverpool have already sealed the biggest signing they could have hoped for this summer in the form of Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah — but a big part of why the 30-year-old has signed up for the next three years is what comes next.

READ MORE:Three things that will 'definitely' happen as Mohamed Salah signs new Liverpool contract READ MORE: Liverpool beat Man City and more in £75m transfer race that explains Joe Gomez contract stance There are still more contracts expiring in 2023 that need sorting out — though what was looking like comfortably the most difficult of those has now very quickly been boxed off out of the blue — but transfers will be important too.



With the Salah saga over (at least for another year, by which time talk of another extension will have surfaced), attention will soon turn to the other bits of business that Liverpool need to do.



Reports this week emerged of the Bundesliga side wanting €120m (£103m) for the 18-year-old midfielder, but similar reports emerged surrounding Jadon Sancho during the two summers (and more) that Manchester United chased the winger.



With Salah signed up, the shows of ambition from Liverpool are going to continue, and that means looking ahead to the long term, as those behind the scenes at Anfield always do.

Concerns have been raised over the potential for his price tag to increase in the time between now and then — the World Cup being a valid worry in that regard.

Manchester United ended up paying a fee of £72m, and it probably can only help Liverpool's cause that Sancho has failed to ignite since moving back to the Premier League, despite showing plenty of promise in Germany.
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