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Liverpool Transfer News: Mohamed Salah with a chance to go to Real Madrid, Ousmane Dembele to move to Anfield and more - May 14

Rupin Kale
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The Egyptian international, who has been nothing short of exceptional this season, might move to Spain after just one season at Anfield

Liverpool to open doors for Mohamed Salah on sole condition

Spanish media house, Don Balon, as told by the Express, recently reported that Liverpool are willing to let their prolific goalscorer, Mohamed Salah, move to Real Madrid this season, provided he helps them win the Champions League against the Spanish Club later this month.

The Egyptian forward has been in perilous form this season, scoring goals for fun for the Merseyside team. On Sunday (May 12), he broke the Premier League record for highest number of goals scored in a season, after scoring his 32nd goal in the tournament. He will definitely be a real asset for the Spanish club if he joins them this summer, but will Liverpool manage to fill the void created by his absence next season?

Barcelona ready to negotiate Ousmane Dembele transfer

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Ousmane Dembele

The report also says that Liverpool will be the favourites to sign the Frenchman if Griezmann is, in fact, brought into the Barcelona squad this year.A story from El Gol Digital, as reported by the Express, revealed that Liverpool now have a significant chance of signing Ousmane Dembele from Barcelona in the upcoming transfer window. It will be an interesting turn of events for the forward, who was signed by the Spanish giants after the departure of Neymar Jr just last year.

The Reds in a scare over losing Rhian Brewster

English forward, Rhian Brewster, who does not yet have a professional contract with Liverpool, may move to the Bundesliga this year, the Guardian reports.

RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund are currently linked with the teenage star, who is currently on a scholarship deal at Anfield and has been eligible to sign a professional contract since April this year.