Mohamed Salah signed a huge deal with Liverpool and the striker took advantage of it this Friday to cast doubts on his extension. Egypt has put pressure on its management as talks between the various sides continue.
Kylian Mbappe, Paulo Dybala, Paul Pogba… There are many stars at the end of their contracts in 2022. Incidentally, the 2023 vintage is also very rich, especially with Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Messi and Raheem Sterling. Liverpool have not been spared and should also be active in raising Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. Eager to earn a salary commensurate with their performance, Egypt pressed their leaders this Friday to score 30 goals and 12 assists this season as discussions were underway.
“I don’t know, I have a year left, launched the Pharaohs of Anfield with British media Four Four Two. I think the fans know what I want, but in the contract, it’s not just a penny. So I don’t know, I can’t tell you exactly. I have a year left and the fans know what I want.”
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Advice is still needed for the Reds
The author of a big performance with a double at Anfield during England’s derby against Manchester United (4-0) in the Premier League, Mohamed Salah will turn 30 in the month of June. Apart from the prospect of continuing his great adventure at Liverpool, where he has been shining since his arrival in 2017, the Egyptian could also opt to leave to sign the last very big contract of his career. But the fan favorite has confirmed that he has Liverpool at heart.
“This club means a lot to me, reassured the Reds winger. I enjoyed my football here more than anywhere else, I gave everything to the club and everyone saw it. Incredible moments here, winning the trophy, personal Goals, individual trophies. It’s like a family here.”
Salah: ‘I’m not worried’
A year after the end of his contract with the Reds, Mohamed Salah will have no shortage of suitors or offers if he decides to leave the team coached by Jurgen Klopp. But his future does not concern him much for the time being. The priority remains the Premier League title and Champions League semi-final win against Villarreal (to go live on The Indian Paper on Wednesday 27 April and 3 May).
“I’m not worried, I’m not worried about anything, Mohamed Salah explained. The season isn’t over yet, so let’s end it in the best way possible – that’s the most important thing. Then last year, We’ll see what happens.” In other words, if the Egyptians seem to make expansion a priority, it will not happen at any cost.