Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are both reportedly considering lucrative offers for Liverpool’s key man Mohamed Salah at the end of the 2019-20 term.

The Egyptian star has been a revelation since joining Liverpool from Serie A outfit Roma in 2017, finding the back of the net on 80 occasions in 123 games in all competitions.

Mohamed has already contributed nine goals and five assists this campaign, but there was speculation during the recent transfer period that the 27-year-old was considering his future at Anfield.

Indeed, Real Madrid were heavily connected with a swoop for the former Chelsea attacker, who has three Champions League goals to his name this term.

According to reports in Spain, both the Parisians and die Roten are weighing up bids for the attacker in next summer’s transfer market, although Liverpool are likely to demand in excess of £200 million for the Egyptian.

Salah’s current contract on Merseyside will run until the end of the 2022-23 season.

Meantime, former striker Peter Crouch believes the Reds’ ability to win when they are not at their best is the reason why his former club will lift the title this term.

“I think that Liverpool’s name is on it, I don’t think anyone can catch them,” Crouch told the PA news agency.

“Leicester are closest, but I just don’t see them (Liverpool) dropping that many amount of points. They have been unbelievable for the last two years.

“They have had no real injury problems, obviously the keeper was out for a little bit, but as long as the key players stay fit, I don’t see them having a problem,” Crouch added.