In what can be the best move for Liverpool, is Mo Salah signing a contract for life’ and a possible ‘quadruple this season. Mo Salah is nearing a deal that would see him at the club till the end of his playing career.
In a major U-turn by Mo Salah, he is considering taking up the contract with a ‘major rise’ in his weekly wages.
Mo Salah is prepared to sign a new contract with Liverpool FC
The 29-year-old Egypt International is considering such a move, after being offered the contract of around £400,000 a week
Liverpool were the first to ‘console’ the player after his country were knocked out of the WC playoffs. Although with controversies that followed the match, Salah looks a bit more settled now, he was subbed-in in yesterday’s game.
With the continuous faith shown by the Liverpool owners and management, Salah will definitely look to reciprocate the same.
This would be a major boost for Jurgen Klopp if it happens, as it will stop him from ‘digging’ in the upcoming transfer window.
‘The Egyptian Talisman’ has managed 28 goals and 10 assists in 37 appearances for The Reds this season. This has brought his tally to 153 goals and 57 assists in 240 games since his debut in 2017.
This not only shows his ‘incredible talent’ but also his commitment to the club for the past 5 seasons.
With the rounds of a historic ‘quadruple’ doing the rounds for weeks, this news could add to more ‘joy’ for the Reds’ supporters.
Jurgen Klopp’s statement on the current season and Mo Salah’s future
This season everyone is completely committed. It is a clear commitment for the team for this season and then we’ll talk about the rest – future, immediate, further. Mo is not a guy for that, not at all. If I don’t line him up then his mood goes down. That is possible, but not against the team or whatever.
It’s just I think it’s how it should be in the moment. The decisive parties are in contact and the rest we will see. Everyone is committed. We could have some players who don’t play often enough and aren’t in the squad enough and they could create a bad atmosphere. They don’t. They will not. And Mo is not a guy for that.
Imagining Mo Salah finishing his ‘illustrious career’ at Liverpool in a few years’ time could be sensational.
Let’s hope the best decision is made and in ‘everyone’s interest.