24 Jan 2022 | 06:46 | Football
Since joining Liverpool in 2017, Mohamed Salah has become an irreplaceable element in attack. The Egyptian striker made a great contribution to helping The Kop regain their original position, bringing Anfield 2 Champions League and Premier League titles, respectively. In this season, the 29-year-old star is performing in explosive form with 23 goals and 9 assists in all competitions.
However, Salah is currently causing a lot of headaches for Liverpool’s BLD when negotiations over a new contract are still at an impasse. The striker born in 1992 wants to become the highest-paid player in the Premier League, up to £500,000/week. However, The Kop hesitated because they did not want to break the club’s salary structure.
Recently, former Liverpool star Adam Lallana said: “Mohamed Salah is a world-class striker, not only a world-class player, but also in terms of people.
I was lucky enough to be with him for 3 or more years. He is very humble with confidence and a little bit of arrogance.
Salah’s form over the past few years, the stats he’s set up that everyone can see, so of course Liverpool will be very keen to keep Salah.
Maybe keep Salah for another 3-4 years and I hope they can come to an agreement. “