Despite a transfer warning for Mohamed Salah, Jurgen Klopp is being urged to focus on the bigger picture for Liverpool.
Al-Ittihad has made a £150 million bid for Salah, which the club has rejected so far.
However, Danny Murphy believes that accepting the offer would be wise for Liverpool in the long term.
While losing Salah would be a blow to their chances of winning the Premier League title, Murphy argues that the funds from the sale could be used to invest in new players in the future.
He also believes that Liverpool can still finish in the top four without Salah.
Jamie Carragher shares a similar opinion, stating that an offer of £200 million would be too good to reject, even if it means not being able to immediately sign a replacement.
Ultimately, the decision lies with Liverpool and Salah, but the increasing offer amounts may reach a point where they can’t turn it down.
This article was updated 1 month ago