Liverpool encouraged to sign £50M star – ‘could be great option’ for Slot

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Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara has encouraged Liverpool to push for Spurs target Ebere Eze this summer.

Mohamed Salah has been in the transfer headlines for the past 12 months as there is alot of speculation that he is one player that Saudi Arabia clubs would like to sign once the transfer window opens up in just a few weeks.

The Egyptian star recently indicated that he would like to stay at Liverpool and win more trophies – but that ha snot stopped the rumours the board are open to the idea of letting him leave if the right offer does arrive.

But should they let their talisman go, There has been some reports that Liverpool would be interested in a potential deal for the impressive Eze -who has been tipped to leave Crystal Palace this summer.

Now – O’Hara has encouraged Liverpool to push for Ebere Eze this summer: “I’m looking at Liverpool who are going through a bit of an uncertain period at the moment with Mohamed Salah potentially leaving – Eze could be an option for them if Salah goes to the Saudi Pro League,” O’Hara told Grosvenor Sport.

“They will have been thinking about replacements already when they were getting bids of £200m for him last summer, so let’s see if they’ve got anyone lined up.

“They have a new manager who will want his own players of course – it’s an interesting time for them.”

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There should be alot of business over the summer for LIVERPOOL as we are expecting quite a few departures and arrivals – Salah is one of the best in the world – but his performances could drop now that Klopp is gone.

Eze could be a great signing for the Reds that is for sure.


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