Real Madrid ‘consider offering Eden Hazard plus money’ as they look to tempt Liverpool to part ways with Mo Salah with the Reds yet to sign their star player to a new contract
- Real Madrid are big admirers of Mo Salah who has had a great start to the season
- It’s reported that they could look to offer Eden Hazard in any move for Salah
- Liverpool are determined to sign the Egyptian winger to a new contract
- A new contract for Salah would likely be the largest in the club’s history
Real Madrid are reportedly considering an ambitious move in an attempt to persuade Liverpool to sell star player Mo Salah.
The LaLiga side have long been admirers or Salah who is still yet to resolve his contract situation at Liverpool.
There have been reports, as per ESPN, that Real Madrid could look to tempt Liverpool with a player-plus-cash deal involving former Chelsea star Eden Hazard.
Real Madrid could reportedly offer Eden Hazard (right) to Liverpool in an attempt to sign Mo Salah
The Belgian who for a long time was a thorn in Liverpool’s side during his time at Stamford Bridge, has struggled since moving to the Santiago Bernabeu in 2019.
His first two seasons were largely plagued by injuries and this campaign he has been in and out of the team and has yet to register a goal in eight appearances.
It’s been said that Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is considering ways to move the former Chelsea player on.
It could be difficult though for Madrid to tempt Liverpool to sell Salah, who is currently one of the most in-form players in world football.
The Egyptian has scored nine goals in nine appearances and showed his brilliance with a stunning solo finish against Manchester City before the international break.
Liverpool are looking to tie Salah down to a new contract with his current deal expiring in 2023
Hazard has been plagued with injuries at Real Madrid and is yet to score a goal this season
Liverpool have tied a number of players down to new contracts in recent months but have yet been able to do so with Salah.
The Reds will be keen to tie him down to a new deal before the end of the season, with his contract set to expire in the summer of 2023.
Salah is believed to be happy to extend his stay at Liverpool but the club would likely have to hand out the biggest contract in their history to keep him at Anfield.
There has previously been reports that Salah could look for as much as £500,000-per-week, though any deal would likely be lower with the Reds current highest earner Virgil van Dijk, currently on a £220,000-a-week deal.