Mohamed Salah has informed Liverpool of his decision to leave this summer and already has a destination in mind, according to Spanish outlet Todofichajes.
It comes after a sixth home defeat on Sunday when Fulham beat them 1-0 courtesy of a goal from Mario Lemina.
And it appears that motions have been put in place over Salah's departure in the summer, who is apparently keen on leaving.
The 28-year-old would likely move to Spain with either Real Madrid or Barcelona in his sights, according to the Spanish publication.
Either club would have the Egypt international but would find coughing up the necessary funds a bit troublesome in the current financial climate.
Nevertheless, Salah's reported intentions mark an unhappy period for the former Roma forward, who was visibly upset when hauled off against Chelsea last week.
Todofichajes report that Real Madrid would be the most likely destination with the club looking for a regular goalscorer.
Meanwhile, Reds coach Jurgen Klopp has insisted that his players are loyal to the club and will not leave even if Champions League football is not secured.
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