Despite the uncertainties surrounding his future, Mohamed Salah is ready to sign a new deal with Liverpool.
The Mirror reports that the Egyptian is prepared to compromise on his initial demands of a £500,000-a-week wage packet. In the deal, an extra 12 months on the three-year deal has been discussed which would see Salah remain at Anfield until 2026 when he turns 34.
Liverpool has always insisted that the new deal they had for Salah was the best despite the players’ agent always insisting on wanting more for his client.
Jurgen Klopp has been very vocal about the future of the player and speaking last month, he said: “This season everyone is completely committed. It is a clear commitment for the team for this season and then we’ll talk about the rest – future, immediate, further. Mo is not a guy for that, not at all. If I don’t line him up then his mood goes down. That is possible, but not against the team or whatever.
“It’s just I think it’s how it should be in the moment. The decisive parties are in contact and the rest we will see. Everyone is committed. We could have some players who don’t play often enough and aren’t in the squad enough and they could create a bad atmosphere. They don’t. They will not. And Mo is not a guy for that.”
Ending the Salah saga would represent a big boost to Liverpool in the run-in to winning the quadruple