Mirror: A move by Rami Abbas raises speculation about Mohamed Salah’s future with Liverpool


English press reports revealed that the star’s agent Mohamed Salah He is currently in England, which gives him the opportunity to hold direct talks with the Liverpool administration regarding the Egyptian player’s new contract.

Mohamed Salah has not yet reached an agreement with Liverpool officials regarding the renewal of his contract, which will expire in the summer of 2023.

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This caused a lot of speculation about the future of Mohamed Salah at Anfield, and the possibility of his departure next summer.

And there were news about Mohamed Salah’s financial demands, as it was reported that he wanted to get 500,000 pounds per week to renew his contract, while others reported that he only wanted from 300,000 to 380,000 pounds per week.

And the English newspaper “Mirror” reported a short while ago that the Colombian Rami Abbas, Mohamed Salah’s business agent, is currently in England.

She explained that Rami Abbas, who resides in Dubai, traveled to England to watch a match Leferball And Watford today, in the English Premier League, where the Reds won five goals without a response.

Mohamed Salah gave a perfect performance in that match, as he managed to create a goal for Senegalese Sadio Mane, while he scored a global goal similar to the one he scored against Manchester City two weeks ago.

A summary of Mohamed Salah’s touches against Watford

She indicated that Rami Abbas is expected to remain in England for at least several days, which raised speculation that he may engage in face-to-face talks with the Liverpool administration regarding the new contract of Mohamed Salah.

And she stated that Rami Abbas will certainly have an opportunity to hold discussions with Liverpool officials regarding the renewal of Mohamed Salah’s contract, and to search for a solution that satisfies all parties.

But with only 20 months remaining on his contract, some progress will have to be made in those negotiations soon, with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain among the clubs monitoring the situation and either of them could take action if talks collapse.


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