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Mohamed Salah Next Club Odds

Dumitru Palanchuk
Dumitru Palanchuk
25 August 2023, 12:59

Mohamed Salah joined Liverpool from AS Roma in 2017, with the Reds splashing a club record £43 million on his arrival. The Egyptian quickly became a fan favourite at Anfield and has been the most iconic player of the Jurgen Klopp era. Salah's output is one to envy – 187 goals and 80 assists in 307 matches. Mo also helped the Reds win seven trophies, including the 2018/19 Champions League and 2019/20 Premier League.

Last year, the winger signed a new contract with Liverpool until 2025 and no one expected any surprises in regards to his future. However, reports claim that the 31-year-old has agreed a personal deal with Al-Ittihad, which has caused a surge in Mohamed Salah next club odds.

List of latest Mohamed Salah transfer odds

As far as the Mohamed Salah transfer odds are concerned, the bookmakers consider him most likely to continue at Anfield. If he were to leave, though, the Saudi Pro League clubs stand the biggest chance of landing him.

Mohamed Salah Next ClubSkyBet ODDS
To stay at Liverpool1.17
Any Saudi Pro League club4.50
Paris Saint-Germain21.00
Bayern Munich41.00
Manchester City41.00


While Salah may have agreed personal terms with Al-Ittihad, there is no agreement between the clubs at the moment. As per the reports, Liverpool are unwilling to sell their star player with practically no time left before the end of the transfer window to sign a replacement. The Reds don’t even have a proper substitute for Salah on the right in their squad, the other forwards prefer playing on the opposite flank.

It is obvious that Liverpool count on Mo for the 2023/24 season – the winger has repaid the trust with one goal and one assist in the opening games – and it would take an astronomical amount to see him leave the club.

Any Saudi Pro League Club

While this part of the Mohamed Salah next club odds sounds a bit vague, the interest in the Egypt international has come from one concrete club – Al-Ittihad. The Tigers, as they are nicknamed in Saudi Arabia, have already brought in Salah's ex-teammate Fabinho this summer, as well as Karim Benzema and N'Golo Kante. 

The club is reportedly willing to break the bank to sign Mo and have offered him a salary on par with Cristiano Ronaldo, the best-paid footballer in the world at the moment. Their belief is that Salah would be attracted by the idea of playing in an Arab country, being a devout Muslim. Now, it only depends on them reaching an agreement with Liverpool.

Paris Saint-Germain

While Paris Saint-Germain ranks quite high on the list of Mohamed Salah transfer odds, it is difficult to imagine them signing the 31-year-old forward this summer. The Parisians have reinforced the right wing with Ousmane Dembele and Marco Asensio this summer, so it would make little sense to add more players in that position while coach Luis Enrique is asking for a new attacking midfielder.

PSG have been linked with Salah in previous years, but that window of opportunity seems to have closed forever if we consider the Egyptian’s age. It would take a miracle to see Salah switch Anfield for Parc des Princes.

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich is another club that has been interested in Salah in the past. Last year, the Bavarians signed Mo’s former attacking partner Sadio Mane, but the Senegalese left the club after just one season. At the moment, there have been no credible reports that would suggest an active interest in the 31-year-old from Bayern.

Certainly, Thomas Tuchel should know Salah well from the time he coached in the Premier League, and having him paired with Harry Kane would make Bayern’s attacks one of the scariest in the world. However, the coach has enough players in that position and is instead asking for a defensive midfielder, the media claims.

Manchester City

Manchester City were in need of a new right winger after Riyad Mahrez left Etihad earlier this summer. Salah would not only be perfect for the starting position left vacant after Riyad’s departure, he would even serve as an upgrade. However, this transfer sounds too good to be true for the Citizens – in no case would Liverpol sell their key player to a direct rival, and Mo himself may have certain doubts about joining City after his six seasons with the Reds.

Besides, Man City have recently signed Jeremy Doky, it seems like the Belgian international is considered enough to replace Mahrez on the right.