Reports: Liverpool said “no” to Mohamed Salah

Reports: Liverpool said “no” to Mohamed Salah
Reports: Liverpool said “no” to Mohamed Salah
newspaper reported “sThe Spanish club stated that the English club Liverpool rejected the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah’s condition to renew his contract with “Al-Razar” for three more seasons.

Several reports have said that the “Pharaoh” has demanded an increase in the weekly salary to 400,000 pounds per week, equivalent to 547,000 US dollars, knowing that he is currently receiving 240,000 pounds.

According to the newspaper, Ramy Abbas, the Egyptian star’s agent, had cited during his negotiations with the Liverpool administration that the 36-year-old Portuguese star, Ronaldo Cristiano, receives a weekly salary of half a million pounds, while the Belgian star Kevin De Bruyne receives 400,000 pounds from Manchester City club.

And the team coach, Jurgen Klopp, had said earlier: “I know Mo wants to stay with Liverpool, and we want that too, but things like this (negotiations) take time.”

He continued, “There is no cause for concern,” referring to the possibility of reaching an agreement that satisfies both parties in the end.

A few days ago, Salah gave an interview to GQ magazine in which he talked about his demands in the new contract, explaining that he wants to continue at Anfield and that this is up to the management of his team.

And he added, “I don’t ask for crazy things.”

It should be noted that Salah’s contract will expire in the summer of 2023, but in the event that an agreement is not reached with Liverpool, the 29-year-old may leave at the end of the season, as some teams are interested in his inclusion, especially Paris Saint-Germain and Newcastle, according to some sources.

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