Mohamed Salah is “ready to leave Liverpool for a Premier League rival if he cannot agree to a new contract”, with “VAST INEQUALITY” ending negotiations as he claims to be the sixth highest paid player in the world.
- Mohamed Salah has one year left on his Liverpool deal, which expires in 2023
- The Egyptian has not yet agreed a new contract and could leave next summer
- Salah has been an instrumental part of Jurgen Klopp’s side since joining in 2017
Mohamed Salah could make a sensational move to one of Liverpool’s rivals as he reportedly wants to stay in the Premier League even if he cannot agree to a new deal at the club.
Salah committed to Jurgen Kloppfor the 2022-23 campaign but the future of the Egyptian forward after that date is uncertain.
According to The AthleticThe 29-year-old would rather stay in the Premier League than move abroad when his deal at Anfield expires – putting Liverpool’s rivals on red alert.
Mohamed Salah’s deal at Liverpool expires next season and he could leave for another Premier League side
Jurgen Klopp could lose one of his star players for free when his contract at Anfield expires
Salah has been in talks with Liverpool for more than 12 months about extending the terms of his current contract but has not yet signed a new deal.
The Athletic report that there have been no face-to-face talks between Salah and Liverpool in six months.
The last time his new contract was discussed, there was reportedly a huge gap between what Salah wanted and what the club wanted to offer, although exact numbers remain unclear.
Salah, who has scored 156 goals in 254 games since joining Liverpool from Roma in a £ 43.9m deal in the summer of 2017, is thought to be looking to become the sixth highest paid player in the world.
Liverpool executives have discussed a new deal with Salah, but have not held talks for six months
The Egyptian star claimed that he did not ask for crazy terms in his conversations with the club.
Salah is thought to be happy at Liverpool and is open to signing a two-year contract extension
THE HIGHEST REPENTIONS IN THE WORLD
1. Kylian Mbappe (PSG) – £ 650,000 p / w
2. Neymar (PSG) – £ 606,000
3. Lionel Messi (PSG) – £ 600,000
4 = Cristiano Ronaldo (Man United) – £ 385,000
4 = Kevin de Bruyne (Man City) – £ 385,000
A possible new deal would put him behind the likes of PSG trio of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Lionel Messi, Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Erling Haaland, who has taken a huge contract similar to Kevin De Bruyne’s at Manchester City, on the list. of the best employees in the world.
Salah, who has claimed he is not asking for “crazy” terms, is open to signing a two-year extension and not after the security of a four-year deal, according to The Athletic.
The Egyptian, who shared the golden boot of the Premier League with Spurs’ Son Heung-min last season and surpassed the assist skills with 13, is likely to be happy at Liverpool.
Salah is ready to lead Liverpool’s attempt to fight Manchester City’s Premier League but could fail his contract and leave as a free agent in June 2023, an event the club hopes to avoid.
Salah’s strike partner, Sadio Mane, appears to be leaving Liverpool in the summer
Liverpool’s position has never changed as they want Salah and his striker Sadio Mane to stay – President Tom Werner reiterated that attitude last week – but clubs are courting the Senegalese star, especially Bayern Munich, who appear to be heading for Anfield’s exit.
The club allegedly put a price tag of £ 42.5m on Mane, who scored 120 goals in 269 appearances for Liverpool.
Liverpool will have to step up in the previous areas in the summer if Mane leaves, as Divock Origi leaves to join AC Milan as a free agent.
The Reds signed Luis Diaz de Porto for an initial £ 37.5million in January after deciding to promote his swing for the highly valued Colombian.
Liverpool won the FA Cup and Carabao Cup, finished second in the Premier League and lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid in Paris on Saturday.