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Liverpool Reveals if Luis Diaz will be available for offers: What it means for Salah’s contract

by Thomaz Oseghale
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Luis Diaz and Salah's contract

Liverpool may be open to offers for Luis Diaz this summer, according to reports. The Sun suggests that the Reds will listen to offers for the Colombia forward if Mo Salah agrees to a new contract. The priority for Liverpool this summer is to secure new deals for Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Virgil van Dijk.

If Salah renews his contract, Liverpool will entertain offers for Diaz, with several Spanish clubs reportedly interested. However, if Salah decides to leave, Liverpool intends to make the best of the situation.

Football Insider reports that they will demand a fee of ‘well in excess of £100 million’ from any Saudi clubs looking to sign the Egyptian, despite his impending free-agent status.

Liverpool Reveals if Luis Diaz will be available for offers: What Does it mean for Salah's contract?

Before making any decisions regarding transfers, Liverpool needs to appoint a sporting director to lead the process of replacing Jurgen Klopp and securing new contracts for key players.

The Sun suggests that this position could be filled in the next two weeks, although it remains unclear who the potential candidates are.

Richard Hughes, the Bournemouth technical director, is one of the names linked to the role. However, The Telegraph suggests that Hughes may opt for a move to Roma instead, as the Italian club is currently searching for a new sporting director.

In Italy, Raoul Bellanova has caught the attention of both Manchester United and Aston Villa. The Torino right-back has impressed this season, providing five assists so far.

Bellanova, who spent last season on loan at Inter Milan, has been closely watched by Villa, while United also had their eyes on him during Torino’s draw with Roma.

As the summer transfer window approaches, it will be interesting to see how these potential moves unfold and how Liverpool, Manchester United, and Aston Villa navigate their transfer strategies.

This article was updated 2 months ago

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