Mohamed Salah undecided over Liverpool future

Mohamed Salah undecided over Liverpool future

Mohamed Salah concedes he has not chosen if he has any desire to remain at Liverpool past his ongoing agreement as the Egypt star started new hypothesis about a potential Anfield exit.

Salah will be out of agreement toward the finish of next season and still can't seem to sign another arrangement notwithstanding long periods of dealings.

The 29-year-old supposedly needs to be made the Premier League's most generously compensated player, with wages of around £500,000 ($642,000) each week.

Addressing FourFourTwo magazine, Salah recommended it was unsure he would stay with Jurgen Klopp's side, who are pursuing an uncommon fourfold this season.

'I have one year left,' expressed the forward. 'I think the fans know what I need, however in the agreement it's not everything about the cash by any means. So I don't have the foggiest idea, I can't tell you precisely. I have one year left.'

Salah has secured himself as a Liverpool incredible since marking from Roma in 2017.

He has scored 155 objectives in 245 appearances in all contests, assisting Liverpool with bringing home their first Premier League championship in quite a while in 2020, as well as the 2019 Champions League.

He drives the Premier League goalscoring graphs again this season, with 22 objectives up until this point.

Offering desire to Liverpool fans, Salah said: 'This club implies a ton to me. I've partaken in my football here more than anyplace. I gave the club everything and that's what everyone saw.

'I've had a ton of extraordinary minutes here, winning prizes, individual objectives, individual prizes. It resembles a family here.'

Salah surrendered it would be a tough choice to leave the interesting Anfield environment and the enthusiastic help of Liverpool's worldwide fanbase at whatever point he leaves the club.

'To play in that air and to see the fans generally behind me... I have flags in the arena, a few, and they're continuously singing my melody. Being a truly miserable moment is going.'