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New developments .. Mohamed Salah rejects Liverpool’s latest offers to renew his contract

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Reliable press reports revealed the latest developments in the negotiations between the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, and his agent on the one hand, and the management of the English club on the other hand, to renew the player’s contract.

Mohamed Salah’s contract with Liverpool expires in the summer of 2023, while the future of the Egyptian star is shrouded in ambiguity so far, in light of the stalled negotiations between the two sides over the renewal of the contract.

Mohamed Salah is in a state of brilliance with Liverpool this season, as he leads the Premier League’s top scorer with 19 goals, and has scored 8 goals in the Champions League so far.

The Italian journalist who specializes in player transfer news, Fabrizio Romano, stated through his accounts on social networking sites yesterday, Friday, that Mohamed Salah and his agent have no interest in accepting the current Liverpool offer.

Press reports indicate that Liverpool is offering 450,000 pounds as a weekly salary to Mohamed Salah.

The famous journalist added that despite this, Mohamed Salah’s priority is to stay in Liverpool, but he is asking the club to raise the value of the offer submitted.

He explained that the last meeting between Rami Abbas, Mohamed Salah’s agent, with the Liverpool administration dates back to last December, while negotiations between the two parties stopped after that.

For his part, Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp said on the sidelines of the press conference for the Brighton match scheduled for Saturday, “Renewing Salah’s contract? We can’t do much more than that, but it’s a decision that is largely up to Salah, the club did what they could.”

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He continued, “I think everything is fine from my point of view, so far nothing has happened, he has not refused or accepted, we just have to wait.”

Ramy Abbas, Salah’s agent, responded to Klopp’s statements, as he posted a tweet through his account on the social networking site “Twitter”, laughing faces, in what is believed to be an alert about the tense negotiations situation between Mohamed Salah and the Liverpool administration.

This tweet came in conjunction with Klopp’s comments on the player’s contract renewal.