The extraordinary sum of £215 million was reportedly offered to Liverpool by Al-Ittihad for Mo Salah on Monday night.
On Saturday, a Saudi Arabian delegation landed in London to make a final pitch to Liverpool about buying Mohamed Salah this week.
The Sun reports that after an initial offer of £150 million, the Saudi Pro League club has increased their bid to a world record $215 million, including bonuses.
According to the report, Salah has been promised an additional £2.45m a week to leave Anfield.
Three large Saudi corporations have offered to make him an ambassador in exchange for a cut of shirt sales, a win bonus of £55,000, and other benefits.
Salah could make an additional £18 million from his ambassadorial positions, with each company offering him £6 million.
Anfield and Jurgen Klopp in particular have made it very clear that the Egyptian is not for sale and is content with his current situation at Liverpool.
On Thursday night, he turned down an offer for roughly £150 million, and on Sunday, he showed his dedication to the team by playing well against Aston Villa.
For Klopp, there was never any question about his dedication. He is committed to playing for us, and he is our player.
The Saudis are persistent because they think Salah will sign with Al-Ittihad.
Some in the Saudi camp have suggested that if there is no sign of joy by Tuesday, the deadline would be extended to Thursday.
Others, though, believe that they will figҺt until the very end.
Former rival Sergio Ramos, who played for Spain, has signed with Salah’s former club Sevilla after seriously considering joining Al-Ittihad.