English press reports revealed that Liverpool FC is keen to end the widespread speculation about the future Mohamed Salah and renew his contract.
The current contract of the Egyptian star is scheduled to expire with Leferball In the summer of 2023, with no agreement yet on renewal.
There has been a lot of speculation in the recent period about the future of Mohamed Salah and the possibility of his departure from Liverpool, especially since the club renewed the contracts of many of his colleagues while he was not among them.
It was reported that Mohamed Salah wanted to get 500,000 pounds as a weekly salary to agree to renew his contract with Liverpool, which is not suitable for the club due to the salary cap.
And according to the English newspaper “Sunday World”, Liverpool wants to end the matter related to Mohamed Salah’s new contract by the end of this year, and is optimistic that an agreement can be reached in the next two months.
She explained that before facing Manchester City today in the English Premier League, it turned out that Liverpool and Mohamed Salah’s representatives are not about to finish the new contract.
It reported that however, and although the club made it clear that it would not break its budget in order to retain Al-Masry, all parties are keen to work towards an agreement.
And while reports that Salah and his agent Rami Abbas have turned down a Liverpool contract offer are elusive of their demands, Liverpool have a salary cap they won’t break in their quest to keep their star.
Virgil van Dijk is believed to be Liverpool’s highest-paid player at £220,000, and Salah is expected to demand close to £300,000 a week to extend his current deal, which is set to expire in the summer of 2023.
She indicated that it remains to be seen whether Liverpool’s owners are willing to break their rules in order to renew the contract of Mohamed Salah, who will want to obtain a contract of at least four years, but there is already recognition that the club may need to raise the salary ceiling to keep Salah.
There is also the belief that the player is keen to stay at Liverpool, and with the club wanting to see the Egyptian sign a new deal, they hope it will be announced before he heads into the last 18 months of his contract in January.