Mohamed Salah is “very unlikely” to leave Liverpool.
He won’t leave and move to Spain this summer, according to La Liga president Javier Tebas.
Any future sale of Salah, who cost about £43 million from Roma in June 2017, will be a massive profit for Liverpool.
However, Tebas is unsure if Spanish giants Real Madrid or Barcelona could finance such a deal in the current financial environment.
“We are at the same level as the Premier League, the difference is the audience, they have a bigger audience in Europe and we have our huge base in the Middle and the Far East,” Tebas told Egyptian TV station ON Time Sports.
“An arrival of Mohamed Salah in La Liga? With the current financial situation, it is very unlikely that Liverpool will sell Mohamed Salah or that a club will sign a big name this summer.
“I definitely hope that he joins La Liga but I don’t expect big money transfers this summer.”
With Jurgen Klopp’s side facing the risk of losing out on a spot in next season’s Champions League, the Egyptian is said to be contemplating a move away from Anfield at the end of the season.