An English newspaper explains Liverpool’s position on selling Salah


12:09 PM

Wednesday 31 March 2021

I wrote – Menna Omar:

European reports said that the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, is not available for sale during the next summer transfer period.

Salah was linked to leaving Liverpool, England, after raising speculation about his future at Anfield and announcing his desire to join one of Spain’s poles, “Real Madrid or Barcelona.”

According to what was reported by the “Liverpool Echo” newspaper, quoting the “Daily Mail”, Liverpool has no intention of selling the Egyptian international.

She added that Liverpool would not neglect the greatest striker in the club’s history in the Premier League era, pointing out that he had surpassed Luis Suarez, Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen and Fernando Torres.

The newspaper indicated that if Salah is unable to leave during the next summer, he will want to sign a new contract, as his contract is scheduled to expire at the end of June 2023.

The British newspaper stated that Liverpool was “comfortable” with a bit about the last interview that the 28-year-old had with the Spanish newspaper Marca. See dialogue details

It is worth noting that some reports indicated earlier that the Liverpool administration was considering opening the door to negotiations with Salah regarding the renewal of his contract “soon.”


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