Jadon Sancho is the player who would be a perfect addition for Liverpool according to former Reds and Everton player Don Hutchison.
The Borussia Dortmund forward is one of the hottest prospects in Europe with a number of clubs interested in signing the 19 year-old former Man City youth player.
But for Liverpool to secure his services, they would have to let go one of their prized assets in the front three.
Hutchison says while he wouldn’t sell by choice, if it came to that scenario that player could be Mo Salah.
The Mirror reported the Scottish international as saying:
"I think if you're going to sell anyone and you had to sell one - don't get me wrong, I wouldn't sell any if I was Jurgen Klopp - but if one was to go and you offered Mo Salah for someone like Jadon Sancho, I maybe would take that swap.
However he was unequivocal in his belief that Sadio Mané shouldn’t be the man sacrificed.
“I wouldn't [accept £140m for Mane], I wouldn't.
While Hutchison says Salah is an incredibly talented player, he identified a few flaws in his game.
“When we were talking about the Champions League just before the Atletico Madrid game, you watch Mo Salah and the guy does genius things but he does the most basic things so bad it's untrue.
“He can't pass a ball five yards, he seems to keep playing this ball where he tries to nutmeg everyone from whatever side he's on, if he's coming off the right flank onto his left, tries to play it to a striker through a body of players that's never, ever on.
“And you watch him and go: 'Surely this has been coached, surely Jurgen Klopp and his coaching staff have tried to coach Mo Salah,' and he does the basic things really badly.
"Yet his numbers are frightening and he scores a ridiculous amount of goals in the Premier League and the Champions League."