Salah raises doubts on Liverpool future
Mo Salah has raised doubts about his Liverpool future after revealing that he has still not been offered a new contract.
Salah has been one of the greatest players in Premier League history since joining Liverpool from Roma in 2017 for just €38 million.
However, his future at Anfield has been heavily questioned this season and he even admitted before Christmas that he would like to play in La Liga.
Salah’s contract with Liverpool expires in two years and there has been no progress made over an extension.
The Egyptian is set to turn 29 next month, meaning this will be the last chance Liverpool have to get a good transfer fee for him.
Salah’s next contract will also be his last major one of his career but the winger says there are no signs of an offer from Liverpool.
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“No one is talking to me about anything, I can’t say much about that,” the ex-Fiorentina star revealed.
“No one at the club talked to me about anything, so I don’t know.”
Salah did suggest, though, that he would be happy to stay at Liverpool by saying that he wants to win another league or European title.
“I want to win a Premier League again. I want to win a Champions League again,” he added to Sky Sports.
“It is a great thing to win and I want to win it again and again. It is part of our job to win trophies.”
Salah played a pivotal role in Liverpool lifting the Champions League in 2019 and then going on to clinch their first league title for 30 years in 2020.
The wideman has scored a brilliant 123 goals in 198 appearances for Liverpool.