Surprise: Mohamed Salah says no to Liverpool

Mohamed Salah

An English press report stated yesterday evening, Saturday, that the Liverpool star, Mohamed Salah.


Had set his financial conditions in order to renew the contract with Liverpool.



otherwise he would leave the team.



Mohamed Salah is considered one of the highest paid players in the ranks of Liverpool and the English Premier League currently.



But the player intends to submit an application and a weekly salary of 500,000 pounds.



This was confirmed by the British newspaper, Mirror, which is close to Liverpool FC.



The Egyptian international currently earns 200,000 pounds a week.



And Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp is keen to protect his star from the interests of big clubs such as Chelsea, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.



And if this salary is agreed between the club and the player, it will be considered the largest salary for a single player in the history of Liverpool FC.



But according to the data, there are no indications yet that Salah will reach what he wants.



And Liverpool contracted only one player in the last summer transfers.



After it was affected by the repercussions of the spread of the Corona virus.



However he was satisfied with the inclusion of defender Ibrahima Konate for 36 million euros.



While he focused on renewing the contracts of his players.



such as Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andy Robertson, Jordan Henderson and Brazilian Alison Becker.



According to the newspaper, “Mirror”, the Egyptian international will have to reduce his financial demands to obtain a new contract.



In light of the current bad economic situation.



It also reported that Real Madrid wants to sign the Egyptian winger next summer, in light of the level of Gareth Bale and Asensio.



Chelsea want to sign him after the decline in the level of Hakim Ziyech and the frequent injuries of Pulisic.



While Paris Saint-Germain wants to sign him, to compensate for the possible departure of Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid.


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