Mohamed Salah worried over Liverpool's reluctance to offer new deal
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Mohamed Salah worried over Liverpool's reluctance to offer new deal

Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah is worried about the club’s reluctance to offer him a new deal.

Salah has recently been giving interviews about his future at the club while admitting that he would be open to moving to Spain something that has been seen as a ploy to force his current employers to increase his wages.

Journalist Simon Hughes through the Athletic has now talked about Ramy Abbas Issa-the agent of the player stating that Salah is not determined to push for a move away from the club but is concerned at how the club might see his future at Anfield.

“The Athletic has been told that Salah is not determined to push through a move to another club. But he is also concerned by early indications from Liverpool that suggest they might see the future differently.

“It is understandable why the club might be reluctant to offer leading wages to a soon-to-be 29-year-old in the middle of a pandemic when there is a fair amount of time left on his contract,” Hughes wrote.

There are claims that Liverpool might be open to selling Salah who they think has repaid the fee they paid for his services with the club keen to add another new attacker to the team.

Salah has at least five years left at the very top and the club would be happy to let him go to another club of his choice should they find a right bid for the player.

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