As “Polish Lionel Messi” prepared to leave, Liverpool reportedly made a new $56 million transfer offer to Saudi Arabia

It would appear that Liverpool needs to prepare for additional Saudi Arabian transfer interest.

Perhaps a young person who has been compared to Lionel Messi is moving.

In a training session on July 17, 2023 in UNSPECIFIED, Germany, Liverpool players Mohamed Salah and Luis Dáz.
The most audacious transfer proposal made to Liverpool this summer, according to reports, came from Saudi Arabia’s AL-Hilal.

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Although they are frequently more of a curse than a blessing, comparisons to Lionel Messi don’t necessarily hurt a young player’s chances of being noticed. Consider Ryan Gould, the ‘Scottish Messi,’ who, after years of a miserable journeyman existence following his Dundee United breakthrough, has finally found a home at the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Mateusz Musiaowski, a player for Liverpool, has earned the moniker “next Messi” or “Polish Messi.”. Despite never being given a competitive first team debut under Jürgen Klopp, he has generated some buzz for some time.

He is reportedly on the verge of leaving Liverpool, with both loan and permanent options being looked into, according to This is Anfield. His native Poland is the source of most of the interest.

Musiaowski, who is still a teenager, has plenty of time to fulfill his potential. But the Messi label has proven to be unwarranted, as in literally every instance. Musiaowski had a difficult time remaining consistent last season and encountered a few frustrating injury setbacks.

Al Hilal has arguably given the most accurate warnings about Saudi Arabia’s pulling power of any club to date. It has drawn a couple of peak-age European talents, including Rben Neves and Sergej Milinkovi-Savi.

The Saudi Pro League project’s most daring move to date, however, would be its most recent scheme. Al Hilal, led by manager Jorge Jesus, is vying for Liverpool’s Luis D’az, according to the Portuguese publication Record.

Unsurprisingly, the bid is not believed to be given serious consideration. Given that Klopp is a fan of the player, Liverpool would be “very unlikely” to agree to a sale at that price.

However, given that Jesus “really wants” the player, there may be worries that this won’t go away quickly, especially given the potential salary Saudi Arabia could offer Daz. This is the current transfer landscape.

Igbo Kennedy

Igbo Kennedy

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