Liverpool yet to offer new long-term deal Mohamed Salah

Liverpool are reportedly not prepared to meet Mohamed Salah’s contract demands, leading to a standoff between the two sides.

The 29-year-old forward has been in fine form for the Merseyside Reds during the 2021-22 season, founding back of the net 23 times and registering nine assists in 26 games in all competitions.


Mohamed Salah has entered the final 18 months of his current deal at Anfield, though, and there has recently been rumors surrounding the forwards future.

Liverpool head-coach Jurgen Klopp recently said that he was “very positive” about the teams chances of agreeing a new deal with the Egypt international in the near future.

However, according to The Telegraph, the Merseyside Reds are not currently prepared to meet Salah’s salary demands, which has thrown his future into doubt.

The 29-year-old attacker, who is currently in action for his country at the Africa Cup of Nations, has managed to found back of the net 148 times and provided 56 assists in 229 games for the Merseyside Reds since arriving from AS Roma in July 2017.

La Liga giants, Real Madrid and Barcelona are both believed to be long-term admirers of the ex-Basel youngster.