Salah is still connected with the move to Spanish Primera
Jamie Carragher reckons Mohamed Salah and Harry Kane missed the boat when it comes to big money transfers, with the Liverpool and Tottenham stars saying Real and Barcelona would no longer want to invest £ 120m plus $ 167m in their services.
A move to Spain for the two Premier League superstars
However, Salah is currently 28 years old and has a contract at Anfield until 2023, while England captain Kane has seen his prolific record in Spurs to earn him a deal that is due to be held until 2024. With long-term contracts and younger attacking targets emerging, Liverpool legend Carragher told Robbie Fowler’s podcast about the chances of high-profile moves being made in the upcoming windows: “I think he (Salah) will be there for the next few years. I think he’s in the same position. as Harry Kane. “I think they probably missed the boat if they ever wanted to go; be it Real or Barcelona. Be it Harry Kane at Manchester United or Man City. “For both of these players, I think you’re talking £ 120m plus maybe more, and I just don’t think anyone is going to spend that much on players of this age now.”
What are the alternatives
While most parties would welcome Salah and Kane with open arms, they are not the only options. Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe and teen Borussia Dortmund Erling Haaland are considered by many to be the future given their exploits for club and country, and Carragher believes Barca and Real will lead these recruitment channels. He added: “I think you’d be looking more at paying £ 200m for a Kylian Mbappe because of the longevity, maybe it’s the same with Erling Haaland too because you would get so much more from them. “Also the situation we are in with Covid and finances, the two Spanish giants have no money, they are in big debt. “So that Liverpool won’t let Salah go to anyone in this country and would you like to play for Paris Saint-Germain and not Liverpool? I would be very surprised if you could handle the French league. I think Salah is here to stay.