The transfer window is still available for clubs that are still looking to strengthen their squads.
According to skysports news, Barcelona are looking to sign Liverpool star striker Mohammed Salah. It has only passed two years, since they Snatched Philipe Coutinho from Liverpool in a record transfer fee of £ 142 million.
Barcelona have made Salah their their top target,after failing to Land Inter Milan and Argentina international Lautaro Martinez.
Salah made a fine start to the premier League, scoring a hatrick for Klopps' men, in a 4-3 win over newly promoted Leeds United on Saturday. Back then Salah and his teammate Sadio Mane, were linked with a move to Laliga out fit Real Madrid after they put a fine performance during last season campaign.
Since Ronald koeman arrived at camp Nou to take charge, Barcelona have linked with numerous players, including Memphis, Martinez and even Wijnaldum.Th latest reports today today,show that Barcelona will be looking to offload Luise Suarez to Juventus and Arturo Vidal to Inter Milan,in order to pave way for new Signings including Liverpool sensational Salah.
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