Real Madrid forward, Rodrygo Goes continues to draw interest from potential suitors, with Liverpool now entering the mix following PSG, to bring him to Anfield as replacement for Mohamed Salah.
The interest on Mohamed Salah from Saudi Arabia is of genuine concern, and the sports management at Anfield views the Real Madrid player as a viable replacement for the Egyptian star.
Considering that Vinicius is not available for transfer and the possibility of Kylian Mbappé’s arrival, Real Madrid would not object to Rodrygo’s sale if an offer exceeding €100 million were to materialize.
Despite Real Madrid have occasionally said the right winger is not for sale, he has failed to fully capitalize on opportunities in the Carlo Ancelotti’s starting eleven. At the start of this season, he seemed uncertain, and there’s even the chance that Brahim, with limited playing time, could surpass him in the coach’s preferences.
Liverpool face the challenge that Real Madrid won’t facilitate the deal unless the offer, as mentioned previously, reaches the nine-figure mark in euros. Furthermore, Salah’s potential departure in January could add complexity to completing this operation.
Nevertheless, Rodrygo remains a key target on Liverpool’s radar.