Transfer Talk: Liverpool won't sell Salah to Real Madrid even for £300M price

Liverpool will rebuff Real Madrid's interest in Mohamed Salah, telling the Spanish giants that even £300 million won't be enough to sign the Egypt international. According to the Daily Mail, the Merseyside club intend to improve Salah's £90,000-a-week contract, which has another four years to run, and have already opened talks with his agent Ramy Abbas. Real have been tracking Salah for months and their admiration has only grown since his performance against Roma, when he took his tally to 43 for the season in Liverpool's 5-2 romp. But it seems they could be fighting a losing battle, with the Reds determined to build around Salah and Roberto Firmino after losing Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January. Man United want Sessegnon Fulham wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon a leading target for Manchester United in the summer, reports The Times. With doubts remaining over Luke Shaw's future at Old Trafford, Sessegnon could arrive to compete with Ashley Young for the left-back spot. The 17-year-old began his Fulham career playing at full-back, but has been handed an attacking role since the turn of the year, claiming 15 goals in the Championship.
Sessegnon has won a host of awards for his performances this term, including the coveted Championship Player of the Year gong, which has prompted calls for Gareth Southgate to take him to the World Cup.

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