On October 23, 64, Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian half-winged striker of Liverpool’s “Reds”, opened up for the first time about the future. Confirmed wanting to trade at Anfield to hang studs But it all depends on the club, not on them.
Salah has been in hot form, scoring 14 goals and providing four assists in 11 appearances across all competitions for Liverpool this season, however, his contract with the club is set to expire in 2023. And there is no progress on the renewal of the new contract in any way. Despite ongoing negotiations, Salah recently gave an interview to Sky Sports about the issue.
Salah said: “It’s not up to me, if you ask me, I want to stay here until the last day of my career. But I can’t say much. because it doesn’t depend on me It depends on what the club wants. not up to me In this moment I cannot see myself facing Liverpool. Because that would make me very sad. It’s very difficult. I don’t want to talk about it. It really made me feel sad. I don’t want to see myself against Liverpool. But let’s wait and see what happens in the future.”