Al-Ittihad are ready to tempt Liverpool’s resolve to keep Mo Salah with an offer around £118million, according to Mail Sport.
The Reds, however, remain adamant they will not lose their star player this summer.
It is even understood that manager, Jurgen Klopp would be furious at the Premier League club if Salah were to leave this summer.
But Saudi chiefs have travelled to Europe, having received encouragement that the player would be keen to listen to offers.
Clubs in the Gulf state view Salah as their crown jewel ahead of the Club World Cup on home soil in December.
They see Liverpool players as huge marketing vehicles due to their “brand”, and Salah is the most well-known Arab athlete in the world.