Jurgen Klopp is expected to be busy in the market this summer as he looks to build a squad capable of competing for major honours next season and Salah has emerged as a prime targets in recent weeks.
Liverpool failed with their opening bid of £28million to sign Salah from Roma.
Roma owner James Pallotta earlier insisted that the two clubs were yet to reach an agreement for the star winger.
Italy's Corriere dello Sport reports that Liverpool will pay an initial €4o million with bonuses added on due to performance. Corriere dello Sport further claimed that the transfer could be formally completed early on in this week.
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From a Roma perspective, the departure of Salah leaves them quite short in attack on the right hand side, since Diego Perotti and Stephan El Shaarawy prefer to play on the left or down the middle.
Salah came close to joining Liverpool in January 2014, when Brendan Rodgers was in charge at Anfield.
Salah moved to Roma last summer for around £13million from Chelsea having spent the previous season on loan in the Italian capital. Should the winer join Liverpool in the coming days, he is set to become the Reds' second signing of the summer transfer window.
I think we'll see a deal get agreed in the end and Salah will provide Klopp with another top class option in the final third with the Egyptian worldwide ready to compete with the likes of Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane for a starting spot.
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