Liverpool are reportedly ready to sell Mohamed Salah in the summer transfer window amid Ittihad Jeddah’s latest interest.

The Reds recently brought back former CEO Michael Edwards last month to help plan the squad for next season after the departure of manager Jurgen Klopp.

With Mohamed Salah’s contract at the Reds expiring next summer, Liverpool and Edwards will have to negotiate a new deal for the Egyptian to avoid the risk of losing him for free in 2025.

However, it seems the club are leaning towards a permanent sale of their star player to fund more incoming transfers.

According to a report by HITC, Salah will be allowed to leave if he decides to be part of the Saudi Pro League next season.

The report added that should a move materialise, Liverpool will pursue their transfer targets led by Wolves’ star Pedro Neto, Bayer Leverkusen’s Florian Wirtz, and Nico Williams of Athletic Bilbao.

Salah is currently the Premier League’s third top scorer with 17 goals, just two strikes behind Manchester City talisman Erling Haaland after 31 games.