Liverpool to give Mohamed Salah a massive new contract, as the red’s No.11’s current contract ends in 2023. The Egyptian King is in his prime form and according to many football pundits he’s currently the best player in the world at the moment.
With less than two years left in his contract, many big clubs are eyeing to sign the Liverpool superstar. Salah has to Sign a new contract before Summer 2022, which will eventually shut the door for the other clubs from luring Liverpool’s In-form forward.
Liverpool negotiate a new contract with Mohamed Salah.
According to The Telegraph the 29-year–old, Egyptian International is demanding a weekly wage of roughly 400,000 pounds a week. Sources in Liverpool reveal that the manager Jurgen Klopp is putting huge pressure on the owners, FGC to get a deal before the start of the January 2022 transfer window. With his new contract, Salah will become the highest-paid player in the history of the club.
So far Liverpool have failed to keep their best players in their prime years. Michal Owen, Xabi Alonso, Javier Mascherano, Fernando Torres, Luis Suarez, Raheem Sterling and Philippe Coutinho are some of the instances. But this time Liverpool are eager to keep Salah at Anfield.
Football Pundit Frank McAvennie Predicts Mo Salah’s future at Liverpool
The Former West Ham forward has spoken Exclusively to Football Insider about Mohamed Salah’s future
He’s certainly up there with Haaland and Lewandowski as the best strikers in the world.
“It’s a joy to watch him. I think he’s looking at the boys at Man City and Chelsea and wondering why he’s not earning the same.
“That is what they will be on, he can earn that with them. If he doesn’t get what he wants he will go somewhere else to get it.
“That is a massive demand. But he’s the best in the world right now.
“I don’t know if Liverpool will pay that. They are a massive club but I don’t think they will be held to ransom like that.”
Salah is at his prime if Liverpool are able to get Mo Salah to sign a 4-year contract extension, the Reds fans will be delighted.