Surprise in the ‘Salah Race’ – as PSG come into play

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French powerhouse Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is reportedly ready to offer Mo Salah a ‘mammoth deal’ to see him at the Parc des Princes next season. Salah who had his mind ‘prepared’ to end his career with Liverpool, has now a ‘humongous’ decision to make.

After widespread ‘debate and discussion’ involving Top European Clubs, Mo Salah looked confident in taking up Liverpool’s offer.

PSG looking at Salah for Mbappe’s replacement

PSG who were nowhere in the suit to get Mo Salah has now ‘raised’ their hands for the Egyptian Striker, according to Spanish website SPORT. Paris Saint-Germain is looking to replace Kylian Mbappe, who looks more than destined to leave, for Real Madrid.

By this virtue, they could not only fill the void but also land a ‘World Class Player’, who could team up with world-class Neymar and Messi.

PSG is not only in the race, but currently are the Front-runners. They have ‘offered £800,000 per week’ which is around double to what Liverpool initially offered Salah for ‘extending the contract’.

From Mo Salah’s Point of view

Where on one side, the Egyptian has the opportunity to be an All-time best of a club, on the other side a ‘lucrative’ deal awaits.

Salah who had got an offer worth £500,000 from Spanish Giants Barcelona, preferred to stay at Liverpool over that. Similarly, Real Madrid was also in the race to obtain Salah, despite ‘the Mbappe Saga’.

But now Salah has to think from a whole new perspective, as PSG’s ‘mega’ wages could tempt any player.

The timing of the offer

The offer from PSG has come in, at a point where Liverpool is at a ‘crucial juncture’ of the season.

Liverpool would ‘definitely’ have to convince Salah to sign the contract offered by Liverpool but at the same time be ‘prepared’ if things do not go as ‘planned’.

The offer coming at the end stages of the Season could be an ‘interesting’ move from PSG to snatch Salah away.

Mo Salah will look to find the balance between ’emotions and big money’ in order to strike any deal.

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