Real Madrid could make a move for Salah according to a former Liverpool player.
Mohamed Salah has amassed over 104 goals in 165 appearances for the Reds.
He has helped his side win the Premier League and Champions League in the last two seasons.
Former Reds keeper David James claims Liverpool could sell Salah if an enticing offer was tabled for the Egyptian.
“If the price is right, any player is going to be sold,” the ex-Liverpool keeper told Stadium Astro.
“It’s a difficult argument because you have got a player who consistently scores goals, and that’s what every team wants.
“If you look at Man City with Sergio Aguero, it is like the dependency is on one player.
“If Salah went to Man City, I don’t think that would be good business for Liverpool. If he went to a different league and a different country, it would make more sense.
“I don’t think Liverpool are dependent on Salah and that’s a good thing for Jurgen Klopp. However, he would still need replacing.
“Who do you replace him with? [Diogo] Jota, Mane and Firmino aren’t going to play in every game, [Divock] Origi has been left by the wayside and isn’t going to fit that gap for Salah.
“I don’t think he’s indispensable.”