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  Here are the 5 Richest Players in 2022 1. Faiq Bolkiah ($20.12 billion): Fortunately, you probably haven’t heard of the world’s richest football player. Faiq is the wealthiest football player in the world, with a net worth of over $20 billion. Contrarily, this young man didn’t earn any money playing football. Due to his inheritance, he has a sizable net worth. The royal prince of Brunei, Jefri Bolkiah, is the father of Faiq. He is currently a professional player with Maritimo. Brunei is a little nation with a lot of oil. Faiq’s love for the game led him to decide to seek a career in football. During his youth in England, he played for Chelsea, Southampton, Arsenal, and Reading. He currently serves as the team’s captain for Brunei’s national team. In each of his six games, Faiq has scored just one goal. Despite not being as successful as the other football superstars on this list, he is still a player. With a net worth of $20 billion, he is the wealthiest football player in the worl

Transfer News: Liverpool To Sell Mohamed Salah, Kalvin Phillips To Man City, Arsenal To Pay £45m For Gabriel Jesus

 

Transfer News: Liverpool To Sell Mohamed Salah, Kalvin Phillips To Man City, Arsenal To  £45m For Gabriel Jesus

Liverpool are reportedly willing to sanction Mohamed Salah's exit for a fee of £60m in the current transfer window.


The 30-year-old has been locked in negotiations over a contract renewal with the Reds for months, but discussions between the two parties are yet to lead to a positive solution.


According to The Sun, Liverpool are prepared to entertain offers of £60m for the PFA Player of the Year, although the Reds' owners FSG will not allow Salah to join a direct Premier League rival.


Manchester City have reportedly reached an agreement with Leeds United to sign midfielder Kalvin Phillips this summer.


The 26-year-old has been strongly linked with a move to the Etihad Stadium, with Pep Guardiola identifying the England international as his top target to replace Fernandinho.


According to both The Athletic and the Daily Telegraph, the Premier League champions are set to pay an initial £42m fee to sign Phillips, which could rise to £45m with add-ons.


Arsenal have reportedly reached an agreement with Manchester City to sign forward Gabriel Jesus for £45m this summer.


The 25-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium, with Mikel Arteta identifying the Brazil international as his primary target to replace Alexandre Lacazette.


London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea have also been credited with an interest in Jesus, but both The Athletic and Sky Sports News are claiming that Arsenal are now one step closer to recruiting the forward this summer.