Liverpool and FSG are said to be preparing a bumper contract for Mo Salah, amounting to £350,000-a-week, to persuade him to extend his stay at Anfield until 2025, as noted in a tweet by Ekrem Konur.
The Egyptian international is reportedly looking for a new contract to keep him at the club until 2026, according to Football Insider.
Liverpool are prepared to offer Mohamed Salah a new deal worth £350,000 per week.
— Ekrem KONUR (@Ekremkonur) October 15, 2021
A contract until 2025 would keep the former Chelsea frontman in Merseyside until he turns 33.
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The common concern with players entering into their 30s is that the point of decline is never too far away.
However, for a truly exceptional band of players who have turned conditioning into a veritable art form – of the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Leo Messi – there was a case to be made for extending their futures at their respective clubs.
We’d be inclined to argue that Salah fits neatly within that category of superstars and could potentially maintain a high standard at Anfield well into his 30s.
As such, we may regret potentially letting the No.11 leave us if he can still deliver at the highest level elsewhere.
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