What is Mohamed Salah’s new condition to extend his contract with Liverpool?

English newspaper “The Sun” revealed today, Tuesday, that Egyptian star, Liverpool player Mohamed Salah, has added a new condition to his club’s management to agree to extend his contract with the team, after he had previously requested an increase in his salary to between £300 and 380 thousand a week, making him the highest paid player on the team.

The newspaper confirmed that Mohamed Salah had stipulated that his new contract with Liverpool would only last until 2025, in addition to the first regarding a salary increase.

The newspaper pointed out that negotiations between the two sides are still ongoing. The English club is trying to convince the pharaoh to renew the Reds, especially as he is the first star in Liverpool.

Mohamed Salah is known to currently receive a weekly salary of £200,000, Liverpool’s second highest paid player after Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk, who receives £235,000 a week.

Mohamed Salah performed strongly in the last meeting, against Manchester City, at the top of the seventh round of the English Premier League “Premier League”, during the confrontation that ended in a positive 2-2 draw, and at the time “Mo” managed to score a beautiful goal, and another industry.

Mohamed Salah is currently the top goalscorer in the English Premier League, with 6 goals, shared with Jamie Vardy, the Leicester City striker.

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