Real Madrid will reportedly offer Eden Hazard plus cash to Liverpool in an attempt to sign Mohamed Salah. However, there’s uncertainty surrounding the Egyptian King’s future at Anfield with his contract set to expire in June 2023. In contrast, Hazard had a torrid time since securing his big-money move from Chelsea in the summer of 2019.
Injuries have hampered the Belgian throughout his time at Real Madrid, with Hazard managing just five goals in 51 appearances for the club. And journalist Ekrem Konur says Real Madrid wants to cut their losses with the 30-year-old and hope they can tempt Liverpool to sell their star man in exchange for Hazard and some cash.
Spanish publication ABC also reported that Real Madrid is also stepping up their efforts to sign Paul Pogba, as they’re willing to offer him just under £12million-a-year with a transfer bonus of just over £25m next summer. A Salah sale would command a huge figure for Liverpool, with more and more subscribing to the view that he’s currently the best player in the world.
The 29-year-old Egyptian was at his devastating best during Liverpool's 5-0 thumping of Watford, scoring a spellbinding goal that drew comparisons with the great Lionel Messi.
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