Liverpool Football Club are planning to extend the contract of their Egyptian star Mohamed Salah for another two years, keeping him with the Reds until 2027.
30-year-old Mohamed Salah’s contract with Liverpool expires in the summer of 2025.
Reliable journalist Akram Connor has revealed that Liverpool want their top scorer Mohamed Salah to stay at Anfield for as long as possible, preparing a new two-year contract for their star until 2027.
He continued: “The Egyptian pharaoh is attracting a lot of interest from several European and Saudi clubs who want to include him in the squad and are waiting for his place at Liverpool.
And Mohamed Salah expressed his deep disappointment at his side’s failure to secure one of four places in the Premier League, which qualifies for next season’s European Champions League, through an influential tweet that he posted yesterday, Thursday, via his Twitter. score, in which he said: “I am absolutely crushed. There is absolutely no excuse for that. We had everything we needed to qualify for the Champions League next year and we failed. We are Liverpool and qualifying for the competition “This is the bare minimum. Sorry, but it’s too early to post something positive or optimistic. We’re letting ourselves down, and we’ve let you down.”
Following the Egyptian star’s “tweet”, calls surfaced on social media urging him to leave for a major UEFA Champions League club even though his contract expires in the summer of 2025.
Liverpool are fifth in the English Premier League with 66 points and will only compete in the Europa League competition next season.