The soap opera is over: Salah renews with Livepool until 2025
It looked like Liverpool could lose Mohamed Salah next summer completely free of charge, but it won’t be. Through an official statement, the “red” team confirmed the renewal of the Egyptian striker until 2025 and erased any doubts about his future.
The “soap opera” and the rumors of Mohamed Salah ‘s departure are over . Everything seemed to indicate that the Egyptian would not reach an agreement with Liverpool to extend his contractual relationship and would leave as a free player in 2023, but nothing further from reality.
Through an official statement, the “red” group confirmed that the striker will remain linked to the entity until 2025 . Therefore, he extended his connection with the Anfield team for two more seasons. Clubs such as Barcelona , Real Madrid or PSG were closely monitoring this situation.
The truth is that the English club took some time to present offers, but the answer was always the same. The economic demands and the number of years did not match and they feared an exit as a free player next summer.
Despite having lost Sadio Mané in attack, the African being one of the highlights of Jürgen Klopp’s team. Since joining from Roma, the winger has scored 156 goals in 254 matches . In addition to being able to lift the FA Cup and League Cup this season.
“I feel very good and I want to win trophies with the club. It’s a happy day for everyone. I believe that renewals take a while, but now that everything is taken care of, we just have to focus on the future. We are in a good position to fight for everything. We also have new signings”, expressed the player.
In addition, he spoke of the team’s improvement over the years: “You could see in the last five or six years that the team was always aiming upwards. Last season we were very close to winning four, but unfortunately in the last weeks of the season we lost two trophies”.
“My message to the fans is that the players of the team want to do their best next season in order to win all the trophies”, concluded a Salah thrilled to extend his time in Merseyside.
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