Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah has been linked with a big-money switch away from the Reds amid a difficult run of form in the Premier League.
According to Italian publication Calcio Mercato Web, the Egyptian winger has interest from French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
It is suggested that Liverpool would only be willing to sell the 30-year-old for €80 million (R1.4 billion), with the Ligue 1 champions said to be considering making an offer for Salah.
The former Roma and Fiorentina star has scored just one league goal in his past six appearances, although he is still the Reds' top scorer across all competitions so far this season with 17 strikes.
While currently suffering a dip in form, Salah has earned himself acclaim around the world for his performances since arriving on Merseyside in 2017, earning himself a mammoth new contract in 2022.
The Egypt captain became Liverpool's highest-paid player in history in June last year, in a move that saw the club move away from their usual contract extension strategy for players 30 years and older.
German tactician Jurgen Klopp has since appeared to find himself under pressure in England, with the Reds lying ninth in the Premier League after winning just eight of their 19 games in this campaign.
PSG have previously been credited with an interest in Salah, whose current contract at Liverpool runs until 2025.
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