There is a lot of conversation surrounding Mohamed Salah at the moment. The Liverpool winger was the subject of heavy interest from Saudi Arabia over the course of the summer, but Jürgen Klopp and his team remained adamant he was not for sale.

Despite the big financial offers on the table, Liverpool never succumbed to the temptation, and its decision to stay resolute over the matter has unsurprisingly paid dividends. At the moment Salah is on one of his best-ever runs in a Liverpool shirt, and the way he has started the season it's obvious he is still the Reds' most important player.

With 14 goal contributions in 13 games in all competitions, at this rate, Salah could be on course for another record-breaking season. It seems every time he plays these days he just continues to break records.

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There's talk that eventually Liverpool will have to give in to the fiscally tempting offers from Saudi Arabia, especially with Salah's contract expiring in 2025. But in this kind of form that talk is nonsense. The only thing Liverpool should consider is a contract extension to the Egyptian.

He is the best player in the world in his position and bringing in anyone else will only be a downgrade. At 31 years old, he's still potentially got years left at the top; just take a look at Lionel Messi who is about to win the Ballon d'Or once again at 36 years old.

Of course, that doesn't mean Liverpool should not invest in the right wing position. But instead of buying a replacement for Salah, the club should buy a competitor, who could push him and also take a bit of pressure off his shoulders to ensure the Egyptian's longevity in the game.

Recently, ESPN did an interview with Fiorentina winger Nicolás González. In the interview, ESPN claimed that Liverpool is interested in the winger, and González also described in the interview how he believes Salah is the best player in the world in his position right now.

Given that stance, González would know the reality of his situation if Liverpool was to indeed make a move for the Argentine international. He could only ever be a back-up to Salah but at 25 years old the prospect of giving him an opportunity to learn from the best firsthand could be an interesting proposition for González.

Liverpool transfer Nicolás González
Nicolás González is on Liverpool's transfer radar.

He is a player who fits into Klopp's philosophy in attack. Very direct and a great finisher, González likes to cut in from the right onto his left foot and has the speed to trouble any opponent.

What would make him an ideal addition is the fact that he is versatile. While predominantly he would be most suited to the right-wing position at Anfield, where González has played 65 career games, he's also played 61 games on the left wing and 61 games as a forward as well.

His ability to play in multiple roles would be to his advantage, especially as right now, there is no set forward or left winger in the Liverpool team, even if Darwin Núñez is making a strong case to be the club's first-choice number nine. All in all, Liverpool has no need to replace or sell Salah.

But bringing in another attacker, perhaps someone of González's ilk could be handy for Klopp. The Argentine winger ticks a lot of boxes and it speaks volumes that he recognizes Salah as the best player in his position in the world, which shows he must know a thing or two about the game as well.