Mo Salah offered a £40m deal from Italy as Divock Origi exit speeds up

Mo Salah offered a £40m deal from Italy as Divock Origi exit speeds up

The contract situation remains unclear for Mo Salah and Liverpool as both Salah and soon-to-be free agent Origi have offers from Italy.

The talks between Mo Salah and Liverpool have been stalled with no agreement has been taken place. The Reds face a high prospect of losing the best player in the world.

The Egyptians’ contract at the Merseyside ends in the summer of 2023. Meanwhile, Serie A side Juventus are monitoring a huge financial offer to lure Salah to Turin.

The Old Lady is one of the clubs showing interest in Salah’s service, who will enter into the final 12 months of his current deal at Anfield this summer.

In the meantime, Divock Origi who is in the final few months of his current contract at Liverpool looks to be heading to AC Milan. The Serie A giants have quickened a move for Origi in the coming days.

Juventus ready to break the bank for Salah, and Origi tempted towards AC Milan

Juventus are reportedly readying a bid for Mohamed Salah as manager Massimiliano Allegri made the Liverpool star his dream transfer this summer.

The Egypt international will enter the final 12 months of his contract next season. Negotiations over a new deal have stalled between Salah and Liverpool’s hierarchy.

Salah currently earns £200,000-a-week but is keen on being rewarded for his brilliant form at Liverpool. His demand would make him one of the highest earners in the Premier League. 

With Juventus set to lose Paulo Dybala in the summer for free after talks between the Argentine broke down. Dybala’s departure leaves Juventus with a huge amount of space on their wage bill as they look to rebuild their squad.

And according to Gazzetta, Juventus are ready to offer Salah a four-year deal worth £10m per season net.

Salah whose new deal could break Liverpool’s wage structure may force the Reds to break their current wage structure. Meanwhile, Salah claims despite reported figures he is not making unrealistic demands.

Meanhwhile, forward Divock Origi is reportedly heading towards AC Milan

According to the latest from Fabrizio Romano, Origi is ‘more than tempted’ by the contract offer from Milan. Moreover, talks are in progress with his agent in order to complete the verbal agreement as soon as possible.

Also, Sky Sports Italy reports also confirm, Milan have ‘moved ahead of other suitors’. The Rossoneri hopes to close an agreement with Origi within the next seven days.

The Serie A side currently has Olivier Giroud and Zlatan Ibrahimovic as strikers in their ranks. Besides both of them are into the latter stages of their careers and have only a limited time remaining competing at the top level.

Origi, at 26, has won numerous trophies and notably includes Champions League and Premier League medals into it. Also earlier in the season, the Belgian has already shown Milan the threat he can be having scored against Stefano Pioli’s men in the Champions League tie.

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