The Saudi Pro League champions Al Ittihad were widely believed to be highly interested in recruiting Salah from Liverpool last week.
According to reports, Liverpool turned down a £150 Million offer for the 31-year-old after Jurgen Klopp said Salah was not for sale in front of the public.
Now, according to a report from The Sun, Al Ittihad plans to challenge Liverpool once more with a massive bid of £215 Million. The bid would cost £170 million up front plus add-ons, according to the newspaper.
Mohamed Salah is anticipated to receive a staggering £2.45 Million weekly bid to leave Liverpool.
Along with the substantial pay rise, Salah has also been handed a sizable percentage of jersey sales, a £55,000 win bonus, and ambassadorial positions for three significant Saudi businesses.
Mo Salah will receive an additional £18 Million in compensation on top of his record-breaking salary because it has been reported that each company would be willing to give him £6 Million.
After Liverpool’s win against Aston Villa, Salah’s team-mate Andy Robertson had the following to say about the future of the Egyptian:
“For us we block that out, Mo blocks it out. We let other people talk about that.”
“For us there is no concern. For us Mohamed Salah is a Liverpool player and we believe that is what is going to be the case for the foreseeable future.”
“He’s the ultimate professional. He does what it does, he is one of the best players in the world and he is professional.”