Now, it appears unlikely that the Liverpool talisman will sign a new contract with the Reds. This has led to intense connections with other sides who are keen to take him on a complimentary deal.
Mohamed Salah’s demands for Liverpool are unlikely to be fulfilled by the Liverpool hierarchy, and his time at Anfield appears to be over.
Although the Egyptian legend still has one year to go on his Reds contract, the most likely course is for him to leave Merseyside in a free transfer within 12 months.
The Liverpool chiefs were said to have tried tirelessly to reach an understanding with their main man. However, FSG owners have not been willing to alter the wage structure that the club has long had in place to enable them to continue to pay Salah the right way.
Salah is unlikely to leave this summer. Salah has made it clear that he plans to be a Liverpool player next year. With that being said, were any club to come in for him in the coming weeks it is rumoured that the Reds have put a £60million price tag on the Egypt international’s head.
Salah would not be available for free next year, so it would be questionable for clubs to spend that much. Salah has already indicated where he would like to play his football when his Liverpool chapter ends.
Ask by MarcaSalah replied that he could one day see himself operating in La Liga, having already worked in both the Premier League (Serie A) and football. “I hope to be able to play for many more years. Why not? No one knows what’s going to happen in the future, so… maybe one day [I will play in in Spain], yes.”
Real Madrid and Barcelona are unlikely to sign Salah soon, given the dominance of a small number of sides in the Spanish top flight. The 30-year-old has made comments about his past experiences. “scores to settle”Santiago Bernabeu sections did not take Los Blancos well.
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Fede Valverde spoke out about Salah’s “score to settle” comment in Club del Deportista before last season’s Champions League final match between Liverpool and Real Madrid. “Obviously they’re words that everyone can take however they want. I’m his opponent and it’s like disrespecting the Real Madrid badge, the players.”
Salah may not be received as warmly in Madrid, but one Premier League legend says he should still prefer a move to Camp Nou. Robert Pires, an Arsenal legend, had his say on the future of Liverpool’s superstar.
“Mohamed Salah’s future depends on what he wants, whether he continues with Liverpool or goes for new experience, it’s up to him,”Pires told Egyptian TV. “Between Barcelona and Real Madrid, and considering the player’s qualities, I think Salah would perform better with Barca, his communication with Xavi will be easy.”