Liverpool Seem To Be Increasing Of The Feeling That Mohamed Salah Will Leave
Liverpool reportedly seems to be increasing the feeling that Mohamed Salah will leave the club on a free transfer when his contract expires next summer.
The Egypt international seems no closer to agreeing terms on a new deal, with Liverpool also seemingly not prepared to budge on their strict wage structure, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Mirror notes that Salah wants wages of £400,000 a week, but it now looks like the Reds would rather let him see out the final year of his contract instead of bowing to his demands.
This seems hugely risky for Liverpool, with Salah proving to be one of their most important players in the Jurgen Klopp era.
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