Liverpool: Mohamed Salah wants to sign new deal

Mohamed Salah intends to sign a new deal at Liverpool.
Egypt’s Sports Minister, Ashraf Sobhi said he advised Salah, 29, to leave Anfield, only for the Egypt forward to say he was likely to extend a contract that runs until June 2023.

Sobhi said; “I have advised him to continue his journey at a club other than Liverpool, but his direction now is to renew his contract.”

Sobhi said his conversation with Salah came after Egypt’s penalty shootout defeat in last week’s World Cup qualifying play-off against Senegal.

“I said to him to forget what happened and focus on what’s next,” he said.
Salah said in January he wanted to stay at Liverpool but that his future was up to the club.
“They know what I want. I’m not asking for crazy stuff.

“The administration have [been] told the situation. It’s in their hands,” he told GQ magazine at the time.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said he was “happy” with progress on a new deal.

“The decisive parties are talking to each other and that’s all I need,” Klopp said.
Salah’s agent Ramy Abbas Issa tweeted laughing emojis in March after Klopp’s previous claim that he was “completely fine” with progress on an agreement.

Recent reports claim Salah is close to agreeing a four-year deal worth £400,000 per week in wages, having compromised on salary in exchange for longer terms.

Salah has scored 153 goals in 240 appearances for Liverpool since arriving from Roma in a £34m deal in 2017.

Mercy Chukwudiebere

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