Mohamed Salah has stated that he hasn’t made up his mind about whether or not he wants to stay at Liverpool beyond his current contract, reigniting speculation about his future at the club.

Salah’s contract runs out at the end of next season, and after months of negotiations, he has yet to sign a new deal.

With weekly earnings of over £500,000 ($642,000), the 29-year-old is thought to aim to be the highest-paid player in the Premier League.

Salah told FourFourTwo magazine that he wasn’t sure if he’d stay with Jurgen Klopp’s side this season, despite the fact that the Reds are chasing an unprecedented quadruple.

“I only have a year left,” the forward stated. “I believe the fans understand what I want, but the deal isn’t solely about the money.” So I’m not sure, and I can’t give you a precise answer. “I only have a year left.”


Since joining Liverpool from Roma in 2017, Salah has established his image as a Liverpool legend.

He has 155 goals in 245 games in all competitions, helping Liverpool win the Premier League for the first time in 30 years in 2020, as well as the Champions League in 2019.

He is back on top of the Premier League goalscoring charts with 22 goals so far this season.

“This club means a lot to me,” Salah remarked, giving Liverpool fans optimism. I’ve had more fun playing football here than anywhere else. I gave everything to the club, and everyone saw it.

“I’ve had a lot of incredible experiences here, including winning trophies, individual goals, and individual trophies.” It’s like being part of a family here.”

Salah admitted that leaving Liverpool and the unique Anfield environment, as well as the ardent support of the club’s global following, would be a difficult decision.

“To play in that atmosphere and to see the fans always behind me… I have banners in the stadium, two or three, and they’re always singing my song. It’s going to be a really sad moment.”

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