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Liverpool Transfer News: Reds ‘prepared to let Mohamed Salah leave’ as summer price tag emerges

Liverpool Transfer News: Mohamed Salah’s future with the Reds is still up in the air, therefore they might let him depart Anfield this summer.

Salah may leave Merseyside now that his contract issue is still up in the air. Sadio Mane has already left the Reds. The Egyptian can leave the club for free in the summer of 2023 because he has one year left on his contract.

Liverpool might therefore be forced to accept a lower offer should talks stall and a better one come up. Given Salah’s circumstances, The Sun says that a fee of £60 million is seen to be near to the club’s worth.

The 30-year-old joined in 2017, and since then, he has been incredibly productive, winning a second Golden Boot last season.

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Liverpool Transfer News: Reds 'prepared to let Mohamed Salah leave' as summer price tag emerges

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Salah, however, wants a significant wage raises to reflect his significance at Anfield. Liverpool has maintained a rigid pay structure for a while and doesn’t appear eager to change it. That might have cost them Mane, and as a result, Salah might leave.

The top earners at the Reds make roughly £220,000 per week. However, the forward reportedly wants his pay to increase to £400,000 per week. Liverpool may be forced to cut their losses this summer as negotiations are expected to go on with no apparent conclusion in sight.

As they look for their next Galactico, Real Madrid is one of the teams monitoring the situation. Despite missing out on Kylian Mbappe this summer, they won the European Championship after defeating Liverpool and Salah in the final in Paris.

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Salah is a desirable option. Even though Florentino Perez’s lack of desire to add a striker due to his position as a wide attacker.

What did Salah say?

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Salah recently stated that he would stay for another 12 months. However, he made no further commitments. The interview undoubtedly worried Liverpool supporters.

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I’ll be staying until the end of my contract, he declared. When asked if that indicated he would sign a new contract, he responded, “No, not yet, nothing at all.”

In an effort to replace Mane, Liverpool has already signed Darwin Nunez for a club-record sum. They also have Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz on their roster. Although Jurgen Klopp’s frontline used to select themselves, the guard is currently shifting.

Salah, though, continues to be at the pinnacle of his abilities and has lately received multiple personal honours, including the PFA Player of the Year title. With the Reds winning two domestic championships but missing out on the Premier League and Champions League, the Egyptian scored 31 goals throughout all competitions.

Liverpool Transfer News: Mohamed Salah’s future with the Reds is still up in the air, therefore they might let him depart Anfield this summer.

Salah may leave Merseyside now that his contract issue is still up in the air. Sadio Mane has already left the Reds. The Egyptian can leave the club for free in the summer of 2023 because he has one year left on his contract.

Liverpool might therefore be forced to accept a lower offer should talks stall and a better one come up. Given Salah’s circumstances, The Sun says that a fee of £60 million is seen to be near to the club’s worth.

The 30-year-old joined in 2017, and since then, he has been incredibly productive, winning a second Golden Boot last season.

Liverpool Transfer News: Salah wants a bumper raise to stay

Liverpool Transfer News: Reds 'prepared to let Mohamed Salah leave' as summer price tag emerges

READ MORE: Atletico Madrid Wants Hector Bellerin

Salah, however, wants a significant wage raises to reflect his significance at Anfield. Liverpool has maintained a rigid pay structure for a while and doesn’t appear eager to change it. That might have cost them Mane, and as a result, Salah might leave.

The top earners at the Reds make roughly £220,000 per week. However, the forward reportedly wants his pay to increase to £400,000 per week. Liverpool may be forced to cut their losses this summer as negotiations are expected to go on with no apparent conclusion in sight.

As they look for their next Galactico, Real Madrid is one of the teams monitoring the situation. Despite missing out on Kylian Mbappe this summer, they won the European Championship after defeating Liverpool and Salah in the final in Paris.

Salah is a desirable option. Even though Florentino Perez’s lack of desire to add a striker due to his position as a wide attacker.

What did Salah say?

READ MORE: Antony was not present at Ajax training as he makes his transfer stance clear

Salah recently stated that he would stay for another 12 months. However, he made no further commitments. The interview undoubtedly worried Liverpool supporters.

I’ll be staying until the end of my contract, he declared. When asked if that indicated he would sign a new contract, he responded, “No, not yet, nothing at all.”

In an effort to replace Mane, Liverpool has already signed Darwin Nunez for a club-record sum. They also have Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz on their roster. Although Jurgen Klopp’s frontline used to select themselves, the guard is currently shifting.

Salah, though, continues to be at the pinnacle of his abilities and has lately received multiple personal honours, including the PFA Player of the Year title. With the Reds winning two domestic championships but missing out on the Premier League and Champions League, the Egyptian scored 31 goals throughout all competitions.

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Liverpool Transfer News: Mohamed Salah’s future with the Reds is still up in the air, therefore they might let him depart Anfield this summer.

Salah may leave Merseyside now that his contract issue is still up in the air. Sadio Mane has already left the Reds. The Egyptian can leave the club for free in the summer of 2023 because he has one year left on his contract.

Liverpool might therefore be forced to accept a lower offer should talks stall and a better one come up. Given Salah’s circumstances, The Sun says that a fee of £60 million is seen to be near to the club’s worth.

The 30-year-old joined in 2017, and since then, he has been incredibly productive, winning a second Golden Boot last season.

Liverpool Transfer News: Salah wants a bumper raise to stay

Liverpool Transfer News: Reds 'prepared to let Mohamed Salah leave' as summer price tag emerges

READ MORE: Atletico Madrid Wants Hector Bellerin

Salah, however, wants a significant wage raises to reflect his significance at Anfield. Liverpool has maintained a rigid pay structure for a while and doesn’t appear eager to change it. That might have cost them Mane, and as a result, Salah might leave.

The top earners at the Reds make roughly £220,000 per week. However, the forward reportedly wants his pay to increase to £400,000 per week. Liverpool may be forced to cut their losses this summer as negotiations are expected to go on with no apparent conclusion in sight.

As they look for their next Galactico, Real Madrid is one of the teams monitoring the situation. Despite missing out on Kylian Mbappe this summer, they won the European Championship after defeating Liverpool and Salah in the final in Paris.

Salah is a desirable option. Even though Florentino Perez’s lack of desire to add a striker due to his position as a wide attacker.

What did Salah say?

READ MORE: Antony was not present at Ajax training as he makes his transfer stance clear

Salah recently stated that he would stay for another 12 months. However, he made no further commitments. The interview undoubtedly worried Liverpool supporters.

I’ll be staying until the end of my contract, he declared. When asked if that indicated he would sign a new contract, he responded, “No, not yet, nothing at all.”

In an effort to replace Mane, Liverpool has already signed Darwin Nunez for a club-record sum. They also have Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz on their roster. Although Jurgen Klopp’s frontline used to select themselves, the guard is currently shifting.

Salah, though, continues to be at the pinnacle of his abilities and has lately received multiple personal honours, including the PFA Player of the Year title. With the Reds winning two domestic championships but missing out on the Premier League and Champions League, the Egyptian scored 31 goals throughout all competitions.

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