Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp, is hoping his contract extension might convince Salah to stay a few more years

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In a recent broadcast, Liverpool announced that Klopp had agreed to new terms that will keep him at Anfield until 2026, two years beyond his previous contract’s expiration date.

The Reds have had a lot of success under the German, who has made a lot of good signings over his six-year tenure, including Egyptian star Mohamed Salah from Roma in 2017. Salah has 155 goals in 247 games for Liverpool since his arrival, assisting the club in winning the Premier League, Champions League, and League Cup.

The Reds might win an unprecedented quadruple this season, but the 29-year-old contract is set to expire next summer. When asked if his new contract may persuade Salah and Sadio Mane to stay at Anfield longer, Klopp said at a news conference: “That is more of a question for the boys to answer, as to what it means to them, but everything is perfect.” My friendship with them is fantastic. “

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My point is that there are more important things to consider in life than who is the manager. Knowing who the manager and coaching staff are is important because you don’t know exactly what you have with other clubs where you could go.

There are no guarantees in this industry, but I believe I will be able to continue for a little longer because other instructors are leaving. If it’s a good indicator for the guys, that’s terrific, but I don’t think it’ll be the deciding factor in whatever decision they choose. It’s their life, but we just wanted to make sure that anyone who wants to come knows what to expect. “

With the two clubs poised to face off in the Premier League on Saturday, Klopp also mentioned Newcastle’s December purchase of Liverpool’s former head of post-match analysis, Mark Leyland.

Leyland was with the Reds for eight years until being convinced to take on a fresh challenge with the Saudi-backed Magpies, who have progressed dramatically under head coach Eddie Howe since the turn of the year.

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He explained to reporters, “They’re on a tear right now.” We always see the most recent 10–12 results when our analysis meeting begins. ” When you win, you see green, and when you lose, you see “red.” It was like green, green, followed by red, red, red. Then again, there’s a lot of green. “

They’re obviously having a great time, and Eddie [Howe] is a big part of that. They agreed to hire one of our analysts. That, I must admit, plays a significant role as well. If you see this, Mark [Leyland], we’ll play a completely different team! “

They’re doing well and have added a couple of quality players. That will happen in the future, without a doubt, given the power that Newcastle now possesses. There will be a lot of change, there is no doubt about that, but they made wise decisions this season. “

They’ve brought in terrific players and have had a lot of stability. The previous players, when Newcastle fans presumably wondered, when will he leave?” They develop into strong, self-assured individuals as well. It’s amazing to watch what small changes may accomplish. “

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