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Press reports revealed that the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool winger, would like to stay in the English Premier League if his contract with Liverpool expires without an agreement between the two parties to renew it, and he does not mind moving to one of his current team’s competitors.
And according to “The Athletic”, Salah does not want to play outside England, and if the Liverpool administration does not accept his conditions, he will go to one of the team’s competitors to continue playing in the English Premier League, and according to the report, the team’s management did not speak with its player about his new contract six months ago, and that Their last conversation witnessed a big difference in views.
And the report continued: The Liverpool administration presented its offer, which contained an increase in Salah’s salary by only 15%, which is far from the latter’s requests. Salah does not care about the duration of the new contract, as he does not mind the extension for two years only because of his conviction to continue to present it to distinct levels even after reaching his thirtieth year .
Liverpool fans demanded the club’s management to get rid of the Egyptian star, after the two parties failed to reach an agreement to extend his contract, which will expire in the summer of next year.
Things did not go as they should in Liverpool, especially after losing the Champions League final to Real Madrid last Saturday, as fans of the red team targeted the Egyptian star through social media, according to what was published by the newspaper “Daily Mail” on Wednesday.
One fan wrote on Twitter: “Salah must be removed now. His level has significantly decreased in the last six months and has begun to spread negative feelings within the team. It is true that he is a legend, but he must be gone.”
Another said: Salah must be disposed of in the summer and urgently.
Salah moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2017, and won the English Premier League, the Champions League, the FA Cup, the League Cup, the European Super and the Club World Cup with him.
The 29-year-old has scored 156 goals in 254 games since arriving at Anfield from Rome for £43.7m in 2017, winning the League, Champions League, Club World Cup and European Super Cup with the team.
And this season, Salah scored 31 goals in all competitions, to win Liverpool the League and FA Cups.
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