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Liverpool is on the verge of renewing Mohammed Salah’s contract

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According to speculations, Liverpool is close to reaching a deal with star striker Mo Salah to extend his contract at Anfield following a lengthy deadlock.

The Reds have been struggling to come to an agreement with the Egyptian, who is thought to have turned down a £400,000-a-week offer from the club in December.

Salah, commonly perceived as one of the best players in the world, has a contract with the club through the end of next season, but negotiations with Liverpool purportedly broke down last month, casting aspersions on his future.

According to the Mirror, Salah is on the verge of consenting to a new contract at Anfield, which would see him finish his career there.

Following the current setback in discussions with Salah, Liverpool management are concerned that he may extend his contract until summer 2023 before going away as a free agent, according to the report.

PSG, Barcelona, and Real Madrid might have taken advantage of the doubt by making a low-cost bid to test Liverpool’s determination.

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But now a contract is being put together that would have Salah sign a new three-year contract with an option for a fourth year, thus ending his career as a Liverpool player, according to reports.

Salah’s choice was impacted by the support and respect he has received on Merseyside, according to the article, with Liverpool comforting him following Egypt’s failure to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar.

Salah’s pledge to Liverpool, which is still pursuing the quadruple this season, would be a significant reinforcement in Klopp’s bid for the club’s most stellar season yet.

Salah is having one of his most successful seasons as a Liverpool player. He’s scored 20 goals in the Premier League, ranking him the league’s highest scorer, and 28 goals altogether.

It comes after Klopp encouraged Salah to keep up his excellent form, amid the concerns off the field, and maintained that he would not be frustrated.

Liverpool could not do more, according to the German manager, in their endeavors to reach an agreement with Salah. “Mo expects this club to be ambitious,’ he said at the beginning of last month. We cannot do much more. It is Mo’s decision. It is all fine from my point of view. Nothing happened further, no signing or rejection. We just have to wait, there’s no rush.”

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