Liverpool fans can rest easy: their best footballer is going nowhere...for now.
Last week, a report by Tuttosport stated that the bianconeri were preparing a massive bid to sign Mohamed Salah. In order to fund a transfer for the Egyptian ace, the Italian side would part ways with Paulo Dybala, with the Argentine's destination being either Real Madrid or a swap deal with Liverpool. Today, those claims were rubbished by Juventus' chief, Fabio Paratici, in an interview with Radio Rai.
The Italian exec admitted that there are no plans by Juventus to enter a potential negotiation for the Egyptian player, but he also left the window open for a deal of the sort in the next couple of months.
"At this moment, it's all fantasy football, it's only February, but nobody knows what could happen in June," Paratici stated.
Salah has also been linked with a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona, but his deal with the Reds concludes by the end of the 2022-23 season.