Mohamed Salah lâche de gros indices sur son avenir

Mohamed Salah lâche de gros indices sur son avenir

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A future thirty-something. On June 15, Mohamed Salah will celebrate his 30th birthday. A course in his life as a man and a footballer that he does not fear too much as he confided to FourFourTwo. “I didn’t think about the fact that I was going to be 30. I ask some players and they say you feel different when you’re 30, but I don’t know, I feel good. I enjoy life, I enjoy football, regardless of age. Now you can see all the players extend their careers. The best are still playing after 32, 33 years. There are many: Lewandowski, Benzema, Messi, Ronaldo, Zlatan, many players. There is also [Edin] Dzeko in Italy, [Olivier] Giroud. All are working fine after 30 years, so I don’t worry about that.”.

Mo Salah wants to stay

What may worry him, on the other hand, is his future. An essential piece of Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool, the Egyptian international will reach an important turning point in his adventure with the Reds. Indeed, he will soon have only one year left of his contract to honor within the Mersey club, his lease officially expiring on June 30, 2023. And if the residents of Anfield Road wish to continue with him, a contract extension has still not taken place. The two parties have not yet come to an agreement. Despite his desire to stay, Salah would demand a big salary increase to stay. Liverpool did offer him a new lease with a salary of €483,000 a week. Proposal rejected.

A delicate situation to manage therefore for the Reds, who are exploring other avenues in the event of the departure of the Egyptian whose name has been cited at Barça and Juve. At the heart of the rumours, Mohamed Salah came out of silence this Friday to let go of his truths. When asked if he intended to stay long at Liverpool, he replied: “I don’t know, I have one year left on my contract. I think the fans know what I want, but for the contract, it’s not about the money at all. So I don’t know, I can’t tell you exactly. I have a year left and the fans know what I want.. Continue with the Reds?
“Yeah”he confided before adding later:” yeah. Uh, I think so? But if they want me to go, that’s something different.”

He has already thought about the day of his departure

Then he further clarified: “this club means a lot to me. I enjoyed my football here more than anywhere else, I gave my all to the club and everyone saw it. I’ve had a lot of amazing moments here, winning titles, scoring goals, winning individual trophies. It’s like a family here.”. A family where he feels good despite the vagueness surrounding his future. “I’m not worried, I don’t let myself be worried about anything. The season is not over yet, so let’s finish it in the best way possible, that’s the most important thing. Then next year we’ll see what’s going to happen.”. Salah therefore sees his future with the Reds, unless the situation turns around.

In this case, he would leave a club dear to his heart. He also spoke of the day he would leave Anfield. “Of course (it will be moving, note). To play in that atmosphere and see the fans always behind me…I have streamers in the stadium, two or three, and they always sing my song. It’s going to be a really sad moment.”. He still aims to beat Ian Rush’s goal record (346 goals) by then. “I hope that before leaving, I will be the first. More than 300 goals, it’s quite difficult to obtain. But we’ll see…” To achieve this, Mohamed Salah (155 goals) should stay quite a few more years in Liverpool. Good news for Reds fans.

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