A new report coming out of Spain has suggested that Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah has been offered to LaLiga champions FC Barcelona.
According to Spanish publication AS, the Egyptian's representatives have approached the Catalan giants with regards to their client's future.
Salah, who only recently returned to the English top flight after an earlier stint with Chelsea, was named the best player in the Premier League last season and won the Golden Boot with his 32 goals.
It has been reported that there have been a few meetings between the Blaugrana and the forward's agents over the past week, and the objective has been to see if a possible move to the Camp Nou could happen.
It has been suggested that Liverpool will request more than €100 million (R1.5 billion) from the Spanish club should they want to land the African forward, which could be a stumbling block.
The Reds have reportedly got a suitable replacement in mind, in Lyon's Nabil Fekir, should the Egypt international want to leave Merseyside.
However, Salah's agent, Ramy Abbas Issa, has since denied the Spanish media house's claims, stating that the story is false.
The 25-year-old made a total of 52 appearances for Liverpool last season, scoring 44 goals and assisting a further 16 strikes.
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