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Liverpool News: The Reds might be in trouble as Salah receives offers from two clubs

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Liverpool News: As much as the Reds fans are enjoying their success on the pitch this season, they won’t be happy with the contract situation of Mo Salah. If rumours are to be believed, Mohamed Salah might leave Liverpool next season as a free agent for PSG or a Spanish team.

The Egyptian’s agent is not taking the deal offered by the club and the entourage feels that Salah deserves more. The former Chelsea man has remained tight-lipped on his next move.

Liverpool, on the other hand, maybe forced into a corner by his contract, which is slated to expire in June 2023. According to the Telegraph, the Reds are considering trading Salah for a big sum, far more than the £43 million he cost them last season. They may have to put money into it or risk losing him for nothing.

Salah will not be allowed to go on a free transfer, according to the Reds. A move to Paris is supposed to be attractive. The Parisians are rumoured to be on the lookout for a new superstar to help them win Europe’s top prize.

Liverpool News: What did Salah say to Marca?

Liverpool News: The Reds might be in trouble as Salah receives offers from two clubs
Liverpool News: The Reds might be in trouble as Salah receives offers from two clubs

READ MORE: Man Utd could pay Anthony Martial an eight-figure sum to never play for them again

The likelihood of Kylian Mbappe leaving could aggravate their need for further quality, forcing them to look for the Egyptian. Another alternative that has been explored previously in Spain. Barcelona and Real Madrid continue to attract big names.

Last year, Salah stoked speculations when he told Marca: “I’m hoping to be able to play for a long period. What’s holding you back? Nobody knows what the future holds, so… yes, maybe one day [I’ll play in Spain].”

Salah, a Liverpool legend

Salah has had a terrific season, scoring 22 goals and assisting 13 times in the Premier League. For his performances, he was named FWA Footballer of the Year last week, and his prominence continues to rise as Liverpool pursues the quadruple.

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Jurgen Klopp agreed a new deal with Liverpool last week that would keep him at the club until 2026. The German’s long-term vision for the club is praised, but he was unsure whether his new deal would encourage his key players to stay in Liverpool.

He stated, “If it’s a good indicator for the lads, that’s terrific, but I don’t believe it’ll be the deciding factor. Players who want to be here now, on the other hand, know what to anticipate.”

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Last season, Liverpool added Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz to their offensive options, with Luis Diaz coming in January. It has reduced their need on Salah, who may still play a role in the talks.

Eye on the quadruple

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READ MORE: Thomas Tuchel is furious after his team dropped points in back to back games

The transfer rumours will keep on going but Salah’s focus will be to win the quadruple for the Merseyside team. Klopp’s men are fighting for three titles after winning the Carabao cup a few months back.

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No team has won the quadruple before in the history of the English game. Manchester United, their arch-rivals, remains the only team to win the treble in a single season. They won the Premier League, Champions League, and the FA Cup in the 1998/99 season.

Liverpool News: As much as the Reds fans are enjoying their success on the pitch this season, they won’t be happy with the contract situation of Mo Salah. If rumours are to be believed, Mohamed Salah might leave Liverpool next season as a free agent for PSG or a Spanish team.

The Egyptian’s agent is not taking the deal offered by the club and the entourage feels that Salah deserves more. The former Chelsea man has remained tight-lipped on his next move.

Liverpool, on the other hand, maybe forced into a corner by his contract, which is slated to expire in June 2023. According to the Telegraph, the Reds are considering trading Salah for a big sum, far more than the £43 million he cost them last season. They may have to put money into it or risk losing him for nothing.

Salah will not be allowed to go on a free transfer, according to the Reds. A move to Paris is supposed to be attractive. The Parisians are rumoured to be on the lookout for a new superstar to help them win Europe’s top prize.

Liverpool News: What did Salah say to Marca?

Liverpool News: The Reds might be in trouble as Salah receives offers from two clubs
Liverpool News: The Reds might be in trouble as Salah receives offers from two clubs

READ MORE: Man Utd could pay Anthony Martial an eight-figure sum to never play for them again

The likelihood of Kylian Mbappe leaving could aggravate their need for further quality, forcing them to look for the Egyptian. Another alternative that has been explored previously in Spain. Barcelona and Real Madrid continue to attract big names.

Last year, Salah stoked speculations when he told Marca: “I’m hoping to be able to play for a long period. What’s holding you back? Nobody knows what the future holds, so… yes, maybe one day [I’ll play in Spain].”

Salah, a Liverpool legend

Salah has had a terrific season, scoring 22 goals and assisting 13 times in the Premier League. For his performances, he was named FWA Footballer of the Year last week, and his prominence continues to rise as Liverpool pursues the quadruple.

Jurgen Klopp agreed a new deal with Liverpool last week that would keep him at the club until 2026. The German’s long-term vision for the club is praised, but he was unsure whether his new deal would encourage his key players to stay in Liverpool.

He stated, “If it’s a good indicator for the lads, that’s terrific, but I don’t believe it’ll be the deciding factor. Players who want to be here now, on the other hand, know what to anticipate.”

Last season, Liverpool added Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz to their offensive options, with Luis Diaz coming in January. It has reduced their need on Salah, who may still play a role in the talks.

Eye on the quadruple

READ MORE: Thomas Tuchel is furious after his team dropped points in back to back games

The transfer rumours will keep on going but Salah’s focus will be to win the quadruple for the Merseyside team. Klopp’s men are fighting for three titles after winning the Carabao cup a few months back.

A banner

No team has won the quadruple before in the history of the English game. Manchester United, their arch-rivals, remains the only team to win the treble in a single season. They won the Premier League, Champions League, and the FA Cup in the 1998/99 season.

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Liverpool News: As much as the Reds fans are enjoying their success on the pitch this season, they won’t be happy with the contract situation of Mo Salah. If rumours are to be believed, Mohamed Salah might leave Liverpool next season as a free agent for PSG or a Spanish team.

The Egyptian’s agent is not taking the deal offered by the club and the entourage feels that Salah deserves more. The former Chelsea man has remained tight-lipped on his next move.

Liverpool, on the other hand, maybe forced into a corner by his contract, which is slated to expire in June 2023. According to the Telegraph, the Reds are considering trading Salah for a big sum, far more than the £43 million he cost them last season. They may have to put money into it or risk losing him for nothing.

Salah will not be allowed to go on a free transfer, according to the Reds. A move to Paris is supposed to be attractive. The Parisians are rumoured to be on the lookout for a new superstar to help them win Europe’s top prize.

Liverpool News: What did Salah say to Marca?

Liverpool News: The Reds might be in trouble as Salah receives offers from two clubs
Liverpool News: The Reds might be in trouble as Salah receives offers from two clubs

READ MORE: Man Utd could pay Anthony Martial an eight-figure sum to never play for them again

The likelihood of Kylian Mbappe leaving could aggravate their need for further quality, forcing them to look for the Egyptian. Another alternative that has been explored previously in Spain. Barcelona and Real Madrid continue to attract big names.

Last year, Salah stoked speculations when he told Marca: “I’m hoping to be able to play for a long period. What’s holding you back? Nobody knows what the future holds, so… yes, maybe one day [I’ll play in Spain].”

Salah, a Liverpool legend

Salah has had a terrific season, scoring 22 goals and assisting 13 times in the Premier League. For his performances, he was named FWA Footballer of the Year last week, and his prominence continues to rise as Liverpool pursues the quadruple.

Jurgen Klopp agreed a new deal with Liverpool last week that would keep him at the club until 2026. The German’s long-term vision for the club is praised, but he was unsure whether his new deal would encourage his key players to stay in Liverpool.

He stated, “If it’s a good indicator for the lads, that’s terrific, but I don’t believe it’ll be the deciding factor. Players who want to be here now, on the other hand, know what to anticipate.”

Last season, Liverpool added Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz to their offensive options, with Luis Diaz coming in January. It has reduced their need on Salah, who may still play a role in the talks.

Eye on the quadruple

READ MORE: Thomas Tuchel is furious after his team dropped points in back to back games

The transfer rumours will keep on going but Salah’s focus will be to win the quadruple for the Merseyside team. Klopp’s men are fighting for three titles after winning the Carabao cup a few months back.

A banner

No team has won the quadruple before in the history of the English game. Manchester United, their arch-rivals, remains the only team to win the treble in a single season. They won the Premier League, Champions League, and the FA Cup in the 1998/99 season.

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