Last friday (1), officials from Saudi club Al Ittihad had offered £150m for Mohamed Salah, and with a negative response, has now improved the offer by £215m, according to The Sun.
The officials have been in England since Saturday (2), in a last attempt to sign with the star before the Saudi transfer window closes on Thursday. The salary proposed is £2.45m a week, plus percentage from shirt sales figures, £55,000 win bonus and ambassadorial roles with Saudi companies, during his contract.
This possible transfer could make Mohamed the most expensive player of all time, surpassing Neymar, who is at the top of the list for his £222 million transfer from Barcelona to PSG in 2017.
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp, however, does not want the player, who is currently being treated as a non-negotiable, to leave. Last season, Salah signed a new contract with his currency team, Liverpool, till the end of 2024 season, which makes him the highest-paid player at the club.