"The Premier League has the power to spend more money on players than the Bundesliga".
But Liverpool, who lost Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January, are adamant that Salah is critical to everything they are trying to achieve and there is no figure that would persuade them to let a player whom they signed for £39.6million leave.
"I have the confidence to say that my qualities are enough to play in a very big club next season".
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He added: "So what can Liverpool do to stave off what may now be the inevitable £150m-plus offers for their latest star man this summer?"More news: 'US News & World Report' ranks RIT among best graduate schools
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Former English footballer and Sky Sports pundit Tony Cottee suggested two signings which according to him can help Liverpool challenge for the title next season.
The talented Liverpool midfielder, who is likely to represent Germany during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, will be a free agent once the current season ends since he did not want to extend his current tenure with the Merseyside club.
Ian Wright believes it will be hard for Mohamed Salah to turn down Real Madrid as he continues to star for Liverpool.
"I'm not convinced with the goalkeeper scenario, with either [Simon] Mignolet or [Loris] Karius - they've been linked with Jack Butland and he'd be good", said the Sky Sports Pundit while analysing Liverpool's squad on Premier League Daily show on Sky Sports.
The reality is that most players in world football can not say no when Real Madrid or Barcelona come calling and Liverpool may be about to discover as much once again with their latest superstar.