Will Salah Refuse to Renew with Liverpool?

The renewal of the contract of the Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, is a priority for the administration of Liverpool. There is a fear that his contract will expire and he will leave for free. So, will Salah refuse to renew with Liverpool?

The club also wants to renew the contract of players whose contracts expire in the coming period.

According to Liverpool Echo, Liverpool will enter into talks with Fabinho and Alisson.

The Brazilian duo will hold renewal talks with the club once they return from Copa America.

The club will also enter into talks with goalkeeper Kelleher, Virgil van Dijk, Arnold, and Robertson, as well as Mohamed Salah.

According to the report, the contracts of 9 players in Liverpool expire in 2023, that is, after two seasons.

Will Salah Refuse to Renew with Liverpool?

The report added, “The player should think about the future of the team in, say, four years. If I was Salah, I would not be signing a new contract, because you would be daft to do it. Look at Harry Kane: he signed a ridiculously long contract and is now saying he wants to leave the club. Good luck with doing that.”

Harry Kane renewed his contract with Tottenham in 2018 for 6 seasons ending in 2024. During that period, he earns 90 million pounds.

With the outbreak of the financial crisis for most of the clubs due to the Coronavirus, clubs can no longer make deals in large amounts, as was the case in recent years.

This gives players strength and makes it vital that Liverpool can hook up these players this summer without waiting for their final season. Especially in the case of Mohamed Salah, who will refuse to renew his contract for a long time so as not to fall into Harry Kane’s mistake.

This makes things difficult for Liverpool as they try to take a smart path forward. If the future is more free transfers, Jurgen Klopp, Edwards, and their teammates will have to adapt.

 

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