Liverpool ‘ONLY on the verge of attracting Mohamed Island to a new deal that would force him to end his career in Anfield’ – Egyptian star ‘ready to compromise after demanding £ 500,000 a week’ salary ‘
- Liverpool reportedly on the verge of a new deal with Mohamed Island
- The Reds are fighting to agree on rules with their star Egyptian striker
- Salah is believed to have rejected a bid of £ 400,000 a week in December
Liverpool are set to finally reach an agreement with star striker Mo Sala to extend his contract with Anfield after a long stalemate.
The Reds have reached a stalemate in talks with the Egyptian, who is believed to have rejected the club’s £ 400,000 a week offer in December.
Salaham, widely regarded as one of the best players in the world, has a deal with the club until the end of next season, but talks with Liverpool have reportedly broke down last month, making his future uncertain.
Liverpool reportedly on the verge of agreeing a new deal with star Mohamed Island
Salah’s commitment would be a huge incentive for Jürgen Klop after a long stalemate in the agreement
The 29-year-old is reportedly looking for a salary of around £ 500,000 a week to put him in the same category as Manchester United’s Christian Ronaldo, but has now changed his mind and is willing to compromise. club hierarchy.
This is in line with mirror, who believe Salah is “on the verge” to agree on a new contract that would mean ending his career in Anfield.
Liverpool officials feared the worst after the recent failure to negotiate with the island – fearing he could end his contract by the summer of 2023 before he relinquishes his free agent status, the report said.
Salah is willing to compromise on his demands and has received the support he has receivedD
European heavyweights such as PSG, Barcelona and Real Madrid were also able to break the uncertainty by testing Liverpool’s commitment to a lower bid.
But a package is now being drawn up that will allow Salah to agree on a new three-year contract with the option of an extra year, meaning he will end his Liverpool career.
Another factor in Salah’s decision-making is the support and attachment he received in Merseyside, the report continues, and Liverpool reassures him of Egypt’s failure to reach the World Cup in Qatar.
With Liverpool still competing for the top four this season, Salah’s commitment to the club would be a timely impetus in their quest for Klop’s most successful season to date.
Salah could give the team a huge boost in search of a Quartet if he reached new conditions
Salah is currently enjoying one of his most clinical seasons in a Liverpool shirt. In the Premier League, he has scored 20 goals, making him the league’s top scorer, and 28 goals in all tournaments.
It came after Clops supported Salah to continue his excellent campaign, despite the uncertainty outside the field, and said he would not be “distracted”.
“We could have some players who don’t play often enough and don’t have enough players, and they could create a bad atmosphere,” he said last month. ‘They don’t have it. They will not do that.
“It is a clear commitment of the team this season, and then we will talk about the rest – the future, the immediate, the further.
Liverpool expressed concern that Salah could terminate his contract and leave free time
‘Mo isn’t a guy to (be distracted) at all. If I don’t turn him on, his mood (with me) will drop! It’s possible, but not against the team or anything else.
The German boss had previously said that Liverpool “could not do more” in an attempt to reach a new deal with Salah.
“Mo expects the club to be ambitious,” he said earlier last month. ‘We can’t do much more. That’s Mo’s decision. From my point of view, everything is fine. Nothing happened next, no signing or rejection. We just have to wait, there is no hurry.
Salah’s agent Remy Abbas Issa hinted at the tension between his client and the club in response to Klop’s words with several laughing emoticons on Twitter.
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