May 24, 2024

The question of whether Mohamed Salah, a top player for Liverpool who moved from Al Ettifaq to Ajax, should play in the Saudi Pro League has been raised by Jordan Henderson.

After just six months in Saudi Arabia, Henderson, 33, left Al Ettifaq, where he had been captain under Steven Gerrard. He managed to make amends with Georginio Wijnaldum, his former teammate, and appeared in 19 games across all competitions. But rumors have it that he was unhappy and wanted to go back to Europe because he was linked to multiple transfers, including ones to Juventus, Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen, and other teams.Al-Ittihad made a £150 million offer for Salah in the summer, which Liverpool swiftly turned down. Nevertheless, the league may make another attempt in the future, since they are keen to use the Egyptian as the face of their expanding football endeavor. His contract expires in 2025, which may be a problem because after this season he will only have one year left.

Henderson was questioned about if his early termination of a three-year contract could deter future moves by managers or players, particularly Salah, who was connected in the summer. “No, definitely not.” With defiance, he started. “Everyone is unique; while some players appear to be content with their current situation and are enjoying every second of it, others may not settle down or may experience a personal crisis that causes everything to shift rapidly.

“I won’t sit here and criticize the league, the teams, or anything else because it is simply untrue. I have the utmost regard for the chance I was given to visit that place; regrettably, it didn’t work out, and I was only there for a short while. Occasionally, Football doesn’t work out, and you have to accept it. We’ll both shake hands and move on; nothing will change.”With nine assists and eight goals so far this season, Salah is a big threat to Jurgen Klopp. However, he hobbled off Egypt’s most recent Africa Cup of Nations match due to a potential hamstring injury. Although the severity of the injury is yet unknown, supporters are hoping he can get back into play as soon as possible.

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