CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Liverpool is close to agreeing on a New Long Term Contract with Mohamed Salah

Liverpool is close to agreeing to a New Long Term Contract with Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian is reportedly on the verge of Committing to a new Long-term deal to remain at Anfield. This news will end all the speculation regarding Salah’s departure from the club and joining a new club in the summer. Mohamed Salah’s contract extension was a topic of discussion for the Fans and all the Football Pundits.

However, Liverpool has almost solved the problem by offering him a new Long-term deal. The Egyptian Starlet will see his current contract expire at the end of this season. There were reports in the past suggesting that FC Barcelona could sign him on a free since their new Manager Xavi wants to replace him with Lionel Messi. There was a feeling of Panic in the Liverpool camp regarding his contract extension.

But, as it stands things are looking clearer than ever for both the player and the club. The Reds are currently in sensational form with Mohamed Salah leading the race for the Golden Boot in the Premier League. Trent Alexander-Arnold has been sublime with his passing and he has provided the most assists for Liverpool this season. According to a Statistic provided by ESPN, no player has had more PL assists than Alexander-Arnold since 2018-19 with 38 Assists.

LIVERPOOL PROGRESS IN THE NEXT STAGES OF THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE WITH MO’ SALAH CLOSE TO EXTEND HIS CONTRACT

The 6-time UEFA Champions League winners have progressed to the Round of 16 with some Exquisite performances during the Group stages. Liverpool is currently on top of Group B with 15 points as they will travel to Italy for their last group stage match against AC Milan on 8th December. Mohamed Salah scored against the Rossoneri during their first European tie this season as the Reds picked up a hard-fought 3-2 victory at Anfield.

According to TEAMtalk, the 29-year-old is not asking for wages in the region of £500,000 per week. However, there were rumours that the Egyptian will not stay at Liverpool unless he is offered the desired amount of £500k. It was also reported that the club is expected to reach a deal with Salah and his Agent to keep him at the club for many more years.

The Reds endured their First loss of the season against West Ham United in the Premier League during a thrilling 3-2 loss away at the London Stadium. Meanwhile, Salah was on the scoresheet at the weekend when Jurgen Klopp’s side defeated Arsenal. The Reds handed a heavy defeat of 4-0 to the Gunners with Mohamed Salah scoring his 11th goal in the English Top-flight this season.

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