Chelsea are set for a jackpot from Mohamed Salah’s move to Liverpool
Mohamed Salah has been related with a move to Liverpool for weeks and is now reportedly on the brink of completing his have an or a profound effect on from Roma.
The Egypt international will reportedly become the Reds’ height transfer — surpassing Andy Carroll’s £35million move from Newcastle in 2011.
And harmonizing to The Times, Salah’s former club Chelsea are set to profit from the winger’s affect to Anfield.
The report says the Blues will pocket £2.7million due to a sell-on clause in his diminish.
Mohamed Salah failed to succeed at Chelsea in 2014
Salah unified Chelsea in 2014 after impressing at Basel but he failed to kick on at Stamford Traverse.
Two loan spells followed at Fiorentina and Roma before he was eventually vended to the Serie A giants on a permanent basis last summer.
The Times insist on the Blues included a clause in that deal which entitled them to 10 per cent of any profits from the traffic of Salah.
And as Roma’s potential profits look set to reach £27m for the Egyptian, Chelsea see fit be entitled to £2.7m.
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Salah will reportedly agree a four-year arrangement with Liverpool with the option for a further 12 months.
He is anticipated to undergo a medical with the Anfield club tomorrow having flap take flighted to the UK earlier today.
And he has reportedly already picked out the No 9 shirt which is blank following Christian Benteke’s move to Crystal Palace.
The 25-year-old winger dote oned 41 appearances for Roma last term, scoring 19 ambitions and providing 15 assists in all competitions.