‘Liverpool just in case?!’ ‘Predicted best 11 revealed’ with Real superstar striker on board
Liverpool prepare for the unexpected.
Football source barlebofc revealed Liverpool’s projected best 11 with Origi on board on Wednesday.
Liverpool’s attack will be led by Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez, with Mohamed Salah missing.
The midfield is made up of Ryan Gravenbergh, Donik Sobosler, and Alexis Sanchez, while the defense is made up of Andrew Robertson, Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip, and Alexander-Arnold. In goal was Alisson.
The most notable omission was Salah, who was replaced by Origi. Liverpool are reportedly preparing for a possible departure.
According to Spanish outlet Pichajes, the Reds have identified Real Madrid’s Hodriguez as a possible replacement for Salah in the event of his departure to the Saudi Arabian league. The ideal candidate.
Real are reportedly unwilling to sell, but would be willing to listen to offers for Kylian Mbappe.
Hodriguez is a 22-year-old prodigy and a specialist striker who wore the Real shirt in 2019. He has filled the void left by the departure of Karim Benzema. He has scored one goal in six appearances this season.
Liverpool’s interest in Hodriguez stems from Salah’s potential move to the Saudi Arabian league.
The Saudi league is a popular destination for superstars to finish their careers. The standard is higher than before and the paychecks are huge.
It started with Al Nasr’s signing of Cristiano Ronaldo. The superstar effect was realized and the eyes of other players were on him.
The lure is so strong that even players who are not in the twilight of their careers and are still competitive on the European stage are joining the Saudi league.
As if in competition, clubs in the Saudi Arabian league rolled up their sleeves to sign superstars and started building a super-luxury army.
Al Ittahad led the way. They signed Karim Benzema, a former Real Madrid goalkeeper.
More recently, Neymar joined the ranks of oil money when he left Paris Saint-Germain for Al Hilal after parting ways with Lee Kang-in.
The English Premier League (EPL) has also fallen victim to Saudi Arabia’s oil money raids.
N’Golo Kante, Kalidou Koulibaly, Edouard Mendy, Roberto Firmino, Leo Neves, Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, Riyad Mahrez, and many others have left the EPL and fallen prey to the lure of oil money.
Saudi Arabia’s Al Ittihad pushed for Salah, the EPL’s top scorer.
Al Ittihad insisted on giving Salah the best possible deal. They were willing to pay him similar salaries to Ronaldo and Neymar.
Neymar left PSG for Al Hilal and reportedly earned a salary of around 220 million.
Al Ittihad continued to sway Liverpool in their pursuit of Salah. They offered a staggering transfer fee of over 300 million.
Liverpool legend Graeme Souness told the Express: “The owner of Liverpool is the same as the owner of Manchester United. He’s a cold-blooded businessman,” he said, adding that he couldn’t help but think about money.
“Salah is 31 years old. The transfer fee set by Al Ittihad is a lot of money. I don’t think it will be worth it next year. If he gets injured, he won’t be worth the amount that is being discussed,” he said, predicting that Liverpool’s owners will paddle when the water comes in.온라인바카라
There was a sense that Salah would leave Liverpool and head to Al Ittihad, but the move never happened.
Liverpool resisted Al Ittihad’s temptation and held on to the player until the Saudi Arabian league transfer window closed.
However, Al Ittihad are not giving up on Salah. They will continue to make bids and are expected to offer a hefty sum.
Salah is said to be open to the idea of a move to Al Ittihad, which would boost the club’s chances in the Saudi league.
As West Ham United striker Michail Antonio told the podcast, “Salah never turned down an offer from the Saudi league. But, Liverpool locked him up. They drew an X, saying, ‘You’re not going anywhere,'” he confessed.
“Salah didn’t make a fuss for a move, but we know he was ready to leave Liverpool.”