Former Liverpool defender, Jamie Carragher, has told the club they cannot reject a£200m offer for Mohamed Salah.
The Reds have already turned down a bid around £150m from Al-Ittihad.
Salah moved to Anfield in 2017 for £43m and has helped Liverpool win Premier League and Champions League titles.
Carragher has, however, cast doubt over whether a deal will happen given how late the Saudis have come to the table.
He said on Sky Sports: “When you look at what Harry Kane went for, about £100m, and he is a year or two younger but he only had a year to go on his deal at Spurs. Salah has two years to go, he looks after himself really well. For Liverpool to sell now, they aren’t going to want what he is worth, they will want more than that.
“He wouldn’t be worth £150m without the Saudi market, probably closer to £100m. But why have they left it so late? If they wanted him so badly, and they were prepared to spend the money, why didn’t they do it six months ago when they might have got him?
“It is up to Liverpool and it is up to Salah, he may not want to go. I think even for supporters who love him and don’t want him to move, if that number keeps going up and up, there is a stage where they can’t turn it down, and that would be £200m.”