Mirror: Mohamed Salah sticks to his financial demands to renew his...

Mirror: Mohamed Salah sticks to his financial demands to renew his...
Mirror: Mohamed Salah sticks to his financial demands to renew his...

English press reports revealed that the Liverpool star Mohamed Salah He sticks to his financial demands in order to agree to renew his contract with Jurgen Klopp’s battalion, despite the intransigence of the English club’s management.

It is known about the Egyptian player’s current contract with Liverpool that it will expire in the summer of 2023.

For many months, the Liverpool administration tried to reach an agreement with Mohamed Salah regarding the renewal of his contract, but the financial demands of the 29-year-old prevented this.

And the English newspaper “Mirror” reported that Mohamed Salah refuses to budge on his belief that he deserves to get 400,000 pounds per week, under a new contract with Liverpool.

And while coach Jurgen Klopp insists that talks about renewing Mohamed Salah’s contract are moving in a positive direction, the obstacle remains that Mohamed Salah is well aware of his value to the club.

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She explained that Liverpool will have to pay more than 80 million pounds for Mohamed Salah, to achieve what he wants over a new four-year contract.

This will break the strict wage structure of landlords LeferballBut Mohamed Salah knows that he will earn more if the club decides to sell him next summer, or allow his current contract to expire on time.

Mohamed Salah put himself on the path to winning the Golden Ball award with an amazing performance this season, full of goals and assists.

And Mohamed Salah wants to be paid a wage that suits his peak years in his career, especially since he recently stated that he believes that his financial demands are not excessive.

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo earns 500,000 pounds a week, and he has a 36-year-old, while Kevin De Bruyne has signed a new contract with Manchester City for 400,000 pounds a week.

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According to the same newspaper, Rami Abbas, Mohamed Salah’s agent, uses these numbers as an indicator in his talks with Liverpool officials about renewing the Egyptian star’s contract.

Ramy Abbas knows that there will be no shortage of clubs ready to meet Mohamed Salah’s demands if he is put on the transfer market.

Not only that, but Liverpool will have to pay much more than Mohamed Salah asks if the management decides to find a suitable replacement for him.

In the midst of all this, Liverpool has so far refused to meet the conditions of Mohamed Salah, but the latter’s position is strong, especially since the Reds will not want to risk entering the last year of his current contract and face the risk of losing him for free in the summer of next year.

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