The Times explains the reason for the delay in the agreement...

Liverpool is working to reach an agreement to renew the contract of its Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, as the current contract expires in June 2023.

Salah shines with Liverpool, especially this season, which prompted a large number of journalists and former players to describe him as the best in the world at the moment.

Liverpool has not yet reached an agreement to renew the contract Mohamed SalahHis agent, Rami Abbas, is leading the negotiations and it was recently reported that Salah is looking to earn around £400,000 a week to renew his contract.

Liverpool have never come close to paying any of their players this much, so it will be very interesting to see how the English club handle Salah’s situation.

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These negotiations could have significant repercussions on the remuneration structure in place at the club Leferball Difficulties if he wants to sign stars like Kylian Mbappe or Erling Haaland, for example.

According to the British newspaper, The Times, Salah and his agent have not reached an agreement with the club and Liverpool has not yet shown any willingness to meet their demands.

The report stated that the delay in agreeing on Mohamed Salah’s new contract was due to a difference in assessment between what Liverpool is preparing to pay to Al-Masry, and what Salah and his agent, Ramy Abbas, are seeking.

Beyond the consequences for the club’s wage structure, Liverpool should consider the implications for fans of not keeping Salah at the club.

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