A Journalist Offers His Opinion On Liverpool’s Potential To Sign A Replacement For Salah

A Journalist Offers His Opinion On Liverpool's Potential To Sign A Replacement For Salah

According to rumors, Liverpool may be willing to split ways with winger Mo Salah and replace him with Juventus’ Federico Chiesa after a poor season in which he has only scored seven league goals from 19 appearances..

According to a report published earlier this year by the Italian publication Calciomercato Web, Jurgen Klopp may be considering rebuilding his attack, which could eventually result in the sale of Salah, 30, to another club.

Salah has been a mainstay in the Reds lineup ever since he arrived from Roma in 2017, after several seasons of outstanding contributions. However, this season’s slump, in which the Egyptian is not alone, has highlighted his lack of form..

Although Salah hasn’t scored in the Premier League since Boxing Day, he is still a lock to start for Klopp, but his team’s efforts to return to the top-four race are becoming more difficult as a result.

If Salah’s performance does not improve, his long-term future may once more be in jeopardy. In light of this, Liverpool, who are known to admire Chiesa, may seek to ‘capitalise’ on the Old Lady’s financial difficulties, which have recently resulted in them losing 15 Serie A points, according to journalist Pete O’Rourke, who spoke about the recent reports.

According to O’Rourke, “he might have Premier League clubs like Liverpool and others looking at him in the summer to see if they can take advantage of Juventus’ financial problems..

A Journalist Offers His Opinion On Liverpool's Potential To Sign A Replacement For Salah

Chiesa, who has two years left on his contract and joined Juventus from Fiorentina in 2020, has since appeared in 69 games across all competitions and directly assisted 35 goals..

Published on: February 2, 2023. at: 8:30 pm

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