Liverpool resigned to losing Mohamed Salah on a free transfer

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool against Norwich City-Premier League
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool against Norwich City-Premier League

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is nearing the end of his contract at Anfield, and there have been rumours that the two parties have not been able to come to an agreement regarding an extension.

According to the latest reports, the Reds are refusing to meet the Egyptian international’s demand for a new deal worth around £400,000 a week.

Apparently, they have done everything they can in their power to offer the player a lucrative deal. Still, his demands are just too high, and the Reds are now coming to terms with the possibility of Salah leaving on a free transfer next summer.

Liverpool recently sold Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich in a deal worth around £35m, and the fans will be hoping that the club can hold on to Salah for as long as possible.

The Egyptian has been an exceptional servant for Liverpool since joining the club from Roma, and he has helped them win the Premier League title and the Champions League during his time at the club.

There is no doubt that the 30-year-old is a world-class player, and losing him would be a devastating blow for the Reds.

Salah has broken multiple scoring records since returning to the Premier League, and he is already one of the best players in the club’s history.

It will be interesting to see if the Reds can convince him to accept a more reasonable package and extend his contract in the coming weeks.

Even though the two parties have not been able to agree on an extension, Liverpool have no concerns that this will affect the player’s performance in the coming season.

The Premier League giants believe that the Egyptian is a thorough professional who will perform at a high level regardless of his contract situation.