Mohamed Salah on the verge of signing a new contract with Liverpool Football club.

The Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah wants to extend his contract with Liverpool. Rumours suggest he is concern about the club’s handling of his contract extension.

The contract of Liverpool’s forward Mohamed Salah will be expiring in the year 2023. However, there has been widespread speculation about the 29-years-old being linked with a move away to Spain. However, sources at Anfield have revealed that the player has shown his interest in staying at the club where he has been part of some iconic moments alongside his teammates under Jurgen Klopp, Under whom they won the UEFA Champions League trophy and the most-awaited Premier League title.

Salah is reiterating on several occasions that his future is in Liverpool’s hands. Moreover, he is willing to extend his contract before his current contract expires.

Is Salah happy at Liverpool?

Klopp has previous play-down speculation linking Salah with a move away, Salah says he is “100 percent” committed to winning more trophies for the club.

Liverpool midfielder Fabinho says

“Salah will always link with other clubs but he is confident and happy at Anfield.”

During an interview in the last month, Salah said

“FC Barcelona and Real Madrid are top two clubs”.

But now he is focusing on winning the Premier League and the UCL with Liverpool again. So Salah is extremely happy at Liverpool.

Salah’s connection with the fans

During the interview with L’Equipe, Salah explains his feelings on having a good relationship with the fans. He says

“I give 100% for my club since my arrival, on and off the pitch”.

Salah has become one of the most popular and famous players for Liverpool fans. By his outstanding first season at Anfield, with the help of record-breaking 44 goals. The Reds made it all the way to the Champions League finals in Kyiv. In short, Salah is the most exciting thing to happen at Anfield in a long time, since Luis Suarez left.

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