Football clubs look at so many factors aside from the talent of a player when they make a big money move these days and unfortunately, Salah ticks virtually every box Real Madrid will look for as they target their next Galactico.
Salah has been one of the revelations this season in the Premier League and has so far scored 36 goals from 40 games in all competitions for the team this season.
Aldridge, though, has warned that such a standing could see Liverpool's ability to retain the services of top talent tested once again, with the former Reds striker telling the Irish Independent: "Mohamed Salah may well be a strong contender to win the Ballon d'Or for 2018 by the time we get to the end of this summer's World Cup finals and that could be bad news for Liverpool".
He has already scored more goals than any other Liverpool player in their first season, beating Fernando Torres' total of 33 in 2007-08.
And Wright - a guest on The Debate - fears a club like Real Madrid have the financial power and status to complete a deal, if Salah continues to perform at his current levels.
He added: "So what can Liverpool do to stave off what may now be the inevitable £150m-plus offers for their latest star man this summer?"
The former Three Lions defender also praised Salah's ability, insisting he has become a top player since returning to the English top flight.
Staying put at Anfield is likely to be the his best option to do so.