Saudi Clubs dealt a huge blow as Mohamed Salah, Jadon Sancho to remain in England

In the eleventh hour before the closure of the transfer window for the Saudi Pro League, several clubs are making a final push to secure notable signings, with a keen eye on Jadon Sancho and Mohamed Salah.

The reigning champions of the Saudi League, Al-Ittihad, are gearing up to make a groundbreaking offer aimed at luring Liverpool into considering the departure of Mohamed Salah.

Their proposal extends to making Salah the highest-earning player in the Saudi Pro League, underlining their seriousness in securing his services.

Simultaneously, Al-Ettifaq has initiated a last-minute effort to acquire Jadon Sancho on loan.

The talented English winger has found himself on the periphery of the Manchester United squad due to recent disagreements with manager Erik ten Hag, as detailed by CBS Soccer.

However, reliable sources, such as The Athletic, report that despite the eleventh-hour interest from Saudi Pro League teams, both Premier League stars are unlikely to make a sudden move to Saudi Arabia.

Sancho has been included in Manchester United’s squad for the Champions League group stages, indicating his continued involvement with the club despite his differences with Ten Hag.

Furthermore, Jurgen Klopp has reaffirmed Mohamed Salah’s pivotal role within the Liverpool team, dispelling any speculation about his imminent departure.

As the transfer window nears its conclusion, the intrigue surrounding these potential transfers continues to captivate fans and pundits alike.

While the Saudi Pro League clubs have displayed ambition and determination, it remains to be seen whether these high-profile moves will materialize in the closing hours of the transfer window.

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