The Saudi Pro League (SPL) has set its sights once again on Mohamed Salah, the talented forward from Liverpool, in hopes of securing his transfer. Despite an earlier attempt this year, Salah opted to stay at Anfield. However, according to the Daily Mail, the SPL is now planning a more calculated approach to entice the Egyptian superstar in the near future. Unlike Cristiano Ronaldo, Salah is considered a higher priority for the SPL due to his current form and his revered status within the Arab world. Liverpool will face the decision of either selling Salah for a profit or offering him a lucrative contract extension.
In other transfer news, it has been reported that Chelsea is keen on acquiring Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale. Due to Robert Sanchez’s injury, Chelsea sees Ramsdale as a potential replacement. Ramsdale has fallen out of favor at Arsenal since David Raya’s arrival, though Mikel Arteta may be hesitant to let him go during the mid-season transfer window. Chelsea’s pursuit of Ramsdale may intensify following Sanchez’s injury.
Borussia Dortmund has expressed interest in signing Sergio Reguilon, potentially bringing an end to his loan spell at Manchester United next month. Reguilon made a temporary move to Manchester United from Tottenham as a last-minute signing when Luke Shaw got injured. However, now that Shaw has returned to playing, Reguilon has found it difficult to get enough playing time. United is interested in keeping him until the season ends, but Tottenham might want to bring him back due to their own injury concerns. Reguilon’s future remains uncertain as both clubs consider their options.
Inter Miami, which is owned by David Beckham, is persistently pursuing Luis Suarez. The Uruguayan forward’s stint at Gremio has concluded, and Inter Miami views him as a crucial addition to their team. Speculations are circulating that Lionel Messi, who used to play alongside Suarez, has been making efforts to persuade him to join Inter Miami. This move would bring Suarez back together with Messi, as well as former Barcelona teammates Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets. The possibility of playing alongside familiar faces might influence Suarez’s decision to opt for Inter Miami as his future destination.