Did Liverpool open the door for Mohamed Salah to leave?

“It is normal for the renewal negotiations with Salah to take longer than his teammates. Signing a big contract with a big player is not like buying a smartphone.” and long.

Klopp added – in a statement a few days ago – that “there are a lot of things that must be taken into account, some on the part of the club, some on the part of the player, and some on the part of the agent.”

And Rami Abbas, Salah’s agent, had submitted requests that the “Liver” did not seem to want to accept, at least for the time being, according to the newspaper.MirrorBritish (The Mirror).

Several reports had said that Salah demanded an increase in his weekly salary to 400,000 pounds per week (547,000 dollars), knowing that he currently earns 240,000 pounds (326,000 dollars).

According to the British newspaper, Rami Abbas cited during his negotiations with the Liverpool administration that the 36-year-old Portuguese star, Cristiano Ronaldo, receives a weekly salary of half a million pounds (680,000 dollars), while the Belgian star Kevin De Bruyne (30 years) receives 400 A thousand pounds from Manchester City.

“There is nothing to worry about,” Klopp said, referring to the possibility of reaching an agreement that satisfies both parties in the end.

A few days ago, Salah gave a press interview, in which he talked about his demands in the new contract, explaining that he wants to continue at Anfield and that this is up to the management of his team. “I don’t ask for crazy things,” he concluded.

It should be noted that Salah’s contract, 29, will expire in the summer of 2023, but in the event that an agreement is not reached with Liverpool, the captain of the Egyptian national team may leave at the end of the current season.

Ramy Abbas raised the controversy again about the future of the Egyptian star at “Anfield”, after a mysterious tweet in which he referred to the Italian journalist who specializes in news of player transfers, Fabrizio Romano.

On Monday, Abbas tweeted: “Fabrizio is always busy, Happy New Year, how are things going?”

The Italian journalist responded to Abbas’s tweet by saying, “Always ready! How are you my friend?”, to which the latter replied: “I’m a little bored these days.”

Romano is known as one of the most famous sports journalists concerned with news of player transfers, and is often the first to announce it.

Abbas’ tweet raised many questions among the fans and fans of the Liverpool star, while some tried to guess whether Salah had renewed his contract with the English team, or that he had received offers from other clubs.

The Egyptian star’s agent had hinted at the desire of several European clubs to sign Salah.

Abbas said – days after he went to Liverpool to negotiate with the club about renewing Salah’s contract – in a tweet to him last October, “Some people are standing in line in the cold in order to allow them to enter the store and buy a handbag for thousands of pounds,” in An indication of the need to increase the value of the contract.

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