Salah Demands Pay Rise To Extend Liverpool Contract -Report
Liverpool are continuing to press ahead with talks over a new long-term contract for Mohamed Salah.
Liverpool are keen to reward the Egyptian for his continued outstanding contribution having scored a remarkable 127 goals in 206 games since arriving from Roma for £43.9million in the summer of 2017.
According to Liverpool Echo, the amount Salah is asking for is not in the region of the £500,000-a-week that was being suggested over the weekend.
However, the player is reported to be demanding a pay rise.
Salah’s agent Ramy Abbas Issa caused a stir last month after his client scored in the 3-0 opening weekend win at Norwich City by tweeting the message “I hope they’re watching”, a barely-concealed reference to the contract talks with Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group.