Date: 6th July 2024 at 9:58am
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With the transfer window now into its fourth week, Liverpool are yet to complete any new signings. 

New manager Arne Slot will likely want to bolster his squad in the coming weeks, ahead of the start of the new season at the beginning of August.

The Dutchman, who departed Feyenoord to replace Jurgen Klopp at the end of last term, will work with those in charge of the club’s recruitment to identify potential transfer targets.

One of the biggest decisions that the Reds will have to make surrounds the future of talisman Mohamed Salah, but according to The Mirror, the club are working to agree a new contract with the forward.

Salah’s current deal is set to expire next summer, which means he would be able to sign a pre-contract agreement with any foreign club in January.

The 32-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to the Saudi Arabian Pro League over the past two years, and he was the subject of a £150 million offer from Al-Ittihad last summer.

Salah’s future remains uncertain with just a year left on his current contract

Liverpool rejected the bid, but the Pro League side are expected to renew their interest this summer.

Despite this, the report claims that the Reds will not sell Salah even if they can’t agree a new deal with the player.

Salah joined the Reds from Italian outfit Roma in 2017 and has since scored 211 goals in 349 matches across all competitions, as well as providing 89 assists.

The Egypt international has established himself as one of the world’s best players, but his future remains extremely uncertain with less than 12 months remaining on his current deal.

As well as Salah, teammates Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold are also now in the final year of their respective contracts, and the report claims that the club’s bosses are working to secure the futures of all three stars.

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