Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has reiterated his desire to stay at the club and urged the management to solve his contract issues.
While the Egyptian his entering the final 18 months of his deal, rumors about interest from top clubs in Europe have been going around with Barcelona’s Xavi interested in bringing him to Nou Camp.
On Friday the club manager Jurgen Klopp said, there had be no update on talks over a new deal for Salah and the Egyptian confirmed that in an interview with a TV station in his home country over the weekend.
The German added that moving away from the Premier League is not in Salah’s immediate thoughts but he wants an agreement to be found with Liverpool to extend his spell at Anfield.
While the Reds recognize they will need to pay Salah the biggest salary in their history to reflect his status in the game, clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid are monitoring the Egyptian situation at Liverpool.
Mo Salah speaking to a TV station in his homeland Egypt said: “The decision is in the hands of the management and they have to solve this issue. There is no problem but we have to reach an agreement for the contract, it’s up to them.”
“Your financial value shows how much the club appreciates you and that they are ready to do anything for you to stay, but the decision itself is not based on those financial matters only.”
The Egyptian while speaking on his contract situation at Anfield, he also uses that opportunity to appreciate the interest of team like Barcelona in him but says he’s happy in Liverpool and prefers to stay in the league.
This article was updated 9 months ago