Club ready to sell forward with 156 goals to Real Madrid this summer

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Premier League side Liverpool are ready to sell Mohamed Salah this summer amid interest from European champions Real Madrid, according to a report on The Sun.

Liverpool are ready to sell the Egyptian international this summer if they receive a fee of £60million for the 30 year old.

Salah has transformed into a world-class attacker since joining Liverpool from Italian AS Roma in July 2017. 

Since joining Liverpool in 2017, the 30 year old has scored 156 goals and provided 63 assists in 254 appearances for Liverpool.

Salah has just one year left on his Liverpool contract and has failed to reach an agreement with the English club over a new contract.

Salah currently earns around £200,000 weekly at Liverpool and is demanding £400,000 weekly to sign a new contract with Liverpool.

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However, Liverpool are unwilling to break their wage structure and offer Salah a £400,000 weekly contract.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is a huge admirer of Salah and is ready to bring the Egyptian international to the Bernabeu.

Perez planned signing Salah as a free agent next summer but could make a move for the 30 year old this summer with Liverpool reportedly willing to accept £60million for Salah.

Salah has been a talismanic figure for Liverpool in the last five years, playing an instrumental role in the success they have experienced during this period.

Among the honours, the 30 year old has helped deliver the elusive Premier League title for Liverpool and the UEFA Champions League crown.

Meanwhile, former Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain has hailed Real Madrid as the best football club in the world.

Higuain said in an interview with Argentinian outlet TyC Sports: “Real Madrid is the best team in history.

“They have 14 Champions League titles, it is the pinnacle for any player.

“Arriving at the age of 19, and playing until I was 26, was touching the sky with both my hands. There is nothing bigger than Madrid.”