Al-Ittihad, a Saudi club, has now made Liverpool an astounding £215 million offer to sign Mohamed Salah.
This comes after a Saudi delegation made a last-ditch effort to convince Liverpool to transfer Salah this week by traveling to London on Saturday, September 2.
According to the Sun, the Saudi Pro League team is anxious to sign the Egyptian and has followed up a £150 million bid with a deal that will eventually cost a record-breaking £215 million in add-ons.
According to the report, Mohamed Salah has been given a £2.45 million offer per week with other benefits to leave Anfield.
He was also offered a winning incentive of £55,000, a portion of jersey sales, and ambassadorial positions for three significant Saudi businesses.
Salah could earn an additional £18 million from his ambassadorial positions, with each company prepared to pay him £6 million.
Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, has repeatedly made it clear that the Egyptian is not for sale and is content with Liverpool.
Last Thursday night, a roughly £150 million offer was turned down.
I never had any doubts about his devotion, as Klopp emphasized. He wants to play here and is one of our players.
Before their deadline on Thursday, September 7, the Saudis still insist on moving forward with the agreement, hoping that Salah would be willing to join Al-Ittihad.