Will Liverpool listen to offers for the ‘Egyptian King’?

Liverpool face a fight to keep Mohamed Salah this summer with European giants Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Real Madrid all interested, according to reports.

After scoring 37 goals in 43 games for the Reds this season, the ‘Egyptian King’ is a wanted man right across Europe.

And, as revealed in an exclusive in The Sun, it appears they are willing to break past the £200 million barrier to get their man.

The eye-watering sum, which would eclipse the world record amount PSG paid for Neymar, could see Jurgen Klopp forced to part with yet another star man.

In January, Barcelona paid £145 million to prise Philippe Coutinho away from Anfield.

Salah, who cost the Reds £34.3 million from Roma in the summer, is being compared to Lionel Messi and his 28-goal Prem tally means he has scored three more league goals than the Argentine wizard.

A partnership with the Argentine and Salah could prove insatiable, and it appears the Catalan club may be interested in making it happen.