Arrived in the summer of 2017 from AS Roma, Mohamed Salah (30) will indeed continue the adventure on the Liverpool side. Linked to the Mersey club until June 2023, the Egyptian international striker (83 caps, 45 goals) has decided to continue in the Reds jersey. After reaching an agreement with its leaders, the number 11 of the English club has decided to extend its contract for three additional seasons.
“Liverpool FC are delighted to announce that Mohamed Salah has signed a new long-term contract with the club. The striker, who was named FWA Footballer of the Year and PFA Player of the Year for 2021-22 after helping Jürgen Klopp’s side to a domestic cups double, has pledged his future with the Reds by putting his signature on the paper this Friday. After five years at the club, Salah will now extend a spell at Anfield which so far has produced a remarkable record of 156 goals in 254 appearances.specifies, as such, the press release from the Mersey club to formalize the news.
Mohamed Salah will receive an insane salary!
Long at odds with the Liverpool board, particularly over salary issues, the former Fiorentina and Chelsea striker finally won his case. Indeed, as revealed The Times, the Egyptian will now earn a salary of £350,000/week (around €400,000/week), making it the highest salary in the club’s history. After selling Sadio Mané to Bayern Munich for more than 30 million euros, Liverpool will therefore not lose their other attacking star. Good news for residents of Anfield.
“I feel good and I’m excited to win trophies with the club. It’s a happy day for everyone. It took a bit of time, but now it’s all done and we just have to focus on what’s next. I think you can see over the last five or six years that the team was always going up. Last season we were close to four wins, but unfortunately in the last week of the season we lost two trophies. I think we are in a good position to fight on all counts. We also have new recruits. We just have to keep working hard, having a good outlook, being positive and wanting to win it all again.”for his part, assured Salah on the club’s official website.
—Liverpool FC (@LFC) July 1, 2022