No doubt over a new contract for Mohamed Salah – Robbie Fowler

Mohamed Salah Contract

On 22 June 2017, Mohamed Salah agreed on a move to Liverpool from Roma, the Egyptian International Signed a long-term contract with the Reds. Rest is history.

Mohamed Salah started his Liverpool debut against Watford. He wore the number 11 jersey. Thus, he became the first Egyptian player to play for the Liverpool Football club. Salah scored on his debut against the Hornets in a 3-3 draw on 12th august 2017.

The Egyptian Magician

Salah had a record-breaking debut season for the Reds. Moreover, he played a vital role in Liverpool’s Champions League campaign, as the reds reached the finals of the 2017/18 season. Thereafter, Mohamed Salah Won the premier league golden boot for scoring 32 goals in his first season in England’s topflight. 

The Egyptian scored 43 goals in his debut season, thus making him Liverpool’s second-highest goalscorer in a single season. Thus, his brilliant Debut season helped him to sign a new long-term contract with the Reds in 2018. 

While in 2018 Liverpool finished second with a point behind the Champions Manchester City. Thereafter, the Egyptian forward won the Premier League golden boot for the second consecutive season. Salah was part of the team that won the UEFA Champions League, The UEFA Super Cup, The club World cup, and The Premier league 

Meanwhile, In the 2020/21 season, Salah surpassed 100 Liverpool goals Becoming the third-fastest Red to reach the milestone.

In the 2021/22 Season, Salah Surpassed 100 Premier League goals and also 100 premier league goals as a Red. 

Moreover, Mohamed Salah is the only player in the premier league history to score in the opening games of the season for five consecutive years.

Liverpool legend comments on Mohamed Salah’s New Contract situation

Mohamed Salah is definitely one of the best players in the world. However, his stay at Anfield is in doubt as to his current contract with the reds ending in 2023. That means just over a year Salah will be able to talk with other clubs over a free transfer, Which Liverpool can never allow.

Despite the Liverpool players Virgil Van Dijk, Fabinho, Alisson Becker, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andy Robertson, and Jorden Henderson all extending their stay at Anfield this Summer. Mohamed Salah is yet to commit his stay at Anfield With just over a year remaining.

The Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler speaking about the contact situation to The Mirror stated:

Liverpool must realize that Mo is now one of the best players in the world, whether they like it or not.

I honestly don’t think there will be any problems with Mo becoming easily the best-paid player at Anfield.

There will be no, ‘Oh he doesn’t deserve that ­because he is an average player. No way.

I would be ­absolutely amazed if there is one single player in that ­Liverpool dressing room who is saying he doesn’t deserve a contract to match his world-class status.

On the back of his incredible form for Liverpool and the success he enjoyed with the club, there’s definitely a talk over a new contract that will see Mohamed Salah staying at Anfield.

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