Dakar, February 13 (APS) – Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah was named in Juventus in Turin (Italy) to replace Argentinean Paolo Diballa, who has no time on the pitch, Sky News reported.
In order to engage the striker of Liverpool, the Italian club is "ready to pay 200 million euros," according to the media.
He added that Italian striker Cristiano Ronaldo from Portugal, who arrived from Real Madrid in July last year, encouraged his leaders to introduce the Egyptian star.
Salah, elected "best African footballer" on January 8th in Dakar for the second consecutive year, scored Liverpool last weekend with his 64th goal under the reds, defeating Bournemouth with a 3: 0 Premier League.
He left Roma (Italy) two years ago to join Liverpool, where he became one of the best strikers in the world who won two African Golden Balls (2017 and 2018) and won last season (2017-2018) best scorer and best player in the Premier League.
The Egyptian extended the treaty linking him to Liverpool by 2023, "with a strong revaluation," according to British media.
If his transfer to Juventus had to take place, it would have been a big blow, but below the sums that Paris Saint Germain had made to sign Neimar in 2017.
The PSG then paid 222 million euros to recruit the Brazilian Neymar, a member of FC Barcelona.