Mohamed Salah signs extension contract with Liverpool FC, check details here

Mohamed Salah | On Friday (July 1) signed an extension contract with Liverpool that will see the Egyptian forward at Anfield until 2025. After a series of rumors that Salah would leave the club next season for not meeting his salary demands, the Reds have finally secured a deal with the winger joining Roma in 2017. In the 2021–22 season, Salah scored 31 goals in 51 matches and provided 16 assists to his teammates in all competitions.

The 30-year-old forward’s demand for wages was a hindrance, but a delegation went out to meet the player, who is still on holiday in the Mediterranean, and came to an agreement that reportedly pays the forward the most of the club. player in history.

“I feel great and (I) look forward to winning the trophy with the club. It’s a happy day for all,” Salah told the club’s website.

“I guess, it takes a while to renew, but now that’s all done so we just need to focus on what to do next. I think you can see that the last five or six The team was always going (uphill) over the years.”

Salah has scored 156 goals in 254 appearances for the club since his arrival in 2017 and during that time helped them win the Premier League, Champions League, Club World Cup, FA Cup and League Cup.

“If I look at the time I came here, the club wasn’t winning much, but I think I told you I came (here) to win the trophy,” Salah said.

“I think we’ve won good trophies together and I think we can do it again.”

Liverpool won the FA Cup and League Cup last season but finished second only to Manchester City in the Premier League and lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid.

Salah has scored 156 goals in his total of 254 appearances for Liverpool since signing for Premier League side Italian club Roma in 2017. Liverpool have signed some firepower after Mane left, as striker Darwin Nunez joined the club from Benfica. Luis Diaz also joined Klopp’s forces in January, scoring six goals in his 26 appearances last season.

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