Liverpool legend Graeme Souness said Egyptian forward Mo Salah could push for a move away from Anfield in the summer transfer window.
Liverpool are yet to be sure of playing an European competition next season as they continue their struggles in Premier League where they currently sit 6th.
However, most of the investment comes out from Salah’s performances who has already 28 goals to his name this season while his attack mates Firmino and Mane have just 18 combined.
With Salah saying he will not rule out playing in Spain recently, Graeme Souness said this could be his last seaosn with the Reds.
“After their midweek Champions League exit, Liverpool need to focus on making the top four,” he told The Times.
“Failing to could have serious implications for next season, as Mo Salah has sent a few signals out that he could be open to a summer move.
“These days, if the top players really want to move, they tend to get their way. It could be a similar scenario to Harry Kane’s at Tottenham – that if he’s not going to play in the Champions League next season that makes his mind up,”
“If Jurgen Klopp continues to play this way, which he will, Liverpool need to sign a couple of high-intensity, athletic midfielders.
“They also need their central defensive partnership of Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez back fit and settled, Alisson back to the form he’s shown before this season and Sadio Mane to start scoring again.
“Also, Diogo Jota, who has proved a good signing, needs to keep putting the front three under pressure for their places, if they want to get back to challenging Man City again,” he concluded