Salah is contracted to Liverpool until 2023 and there is currently no sign of a new contract agreement reached. Previously, the media hit the news that it was because the 29-year-old half-wing striker demanded huge wages. “I want to stay But it’s not in my hand. it’s in their hands They know what I want.
I’m not making such a crazy demand,” Salah told GQ Magazine. “When you request something And they show you that they can give that to you. because they appreciate what you do for the club.” “I’ve been here for five years now. I know the club very well, I love the fans, the fans love me, but with the management.
They were aware of the situation. It’s in their hands.” Salah is currently traveling to the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations with Egypt, meaning Liverpool will not be available for the rest of January at least.
So what’s holding up the extension of what has so far been a beautiful, prosperous and exhilarating relationship on Merseyside?
Here are all the latest updates on the Egyptian’s future, as the Reds look to finalise one of the most important contract extensions in their history.