Liverpool have ‘agreed’ to pay Mo Salah ‘£400,000 per week’ to extend his contract at Anfield past 2023

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In one of the longest running sagas of the season, Mo Salah’s contract negotiations are still making headlines around the world.

Given a recent drop in in form it does feel as though the noise has died down a little, this could also be down to the fact Jurgen Klopp’s side are still battling on three fronts with six weeks of the season to go.

However, according to Football Insider (via BBC Sport): ‘Liverpool have agreed to pay striker Mohamed Salah £400,000 per week to persuade the captain to stay at Anfield‘.

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It will be rumoured and reported by many before any official decision is made by the club or our Egyptian King, so each and every story needs to be taken with a healthy pinch of salt.

The figure of £400,000 may scare many of our fans, as it would completely restructure our normal wage bill and may lead to more problems that it solves.

Thankfully there’s enough on-field action to distract us from these rumours at the moment, before everything is ramped up ten-fold over the summer.

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  1. ‘Liverpool have agreed to pay striker Mohamed Salah £400,000 per week to persuade the captain to stay at Anfield‘.

    “The captain”?

    Tells you all you need to know about the validity of that article.

  2. he deserve to get the highest paid in the EPL this season simple because hi is the best among them

  3. Not a good move. He is a top top class player, so Salah is. But Liverpool must stick to the Liverpool way. No player is bigger than the club. This is LFC DNA.

  4. I’m very now that Mo Salah will continued to play with Liverpool as per the amount to be paid with Him per week.
    Allah bless you more my number 1 Idol.
    God bless you all Liverpool teams.

  5. This is the low moment at liverpool. Liverpool will not adjust good pay to other performing players. Problems will start at that point.

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