Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp responds coyly to questions about new Mohamed Salah contract

Link” href=””>Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has refused to be drawn on questions about Premier League side.

Salah has 2 years left on his terms, but the Reds want to sign their best players to new contracts.

Liverpool’s midfielder Gini Wisnaldum was released on a transfer for free at the end June after failing to reach a new agreement with him.

Merseysiders want to avoid a repetition and have already agreed terms with key players.

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Virgil van Dijk were just a few of the Anfield players who extended their stays over the summer.

Many reports suggest that Salah could be next to sign a contract extension. Link” href=””>Naby Keita could put pen to paper.

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Owen said, “I think his will be the most difficult contract as it will likely be his last major one.” The club is adamant that he gets what he desires. Fans don’t want this.

Structure is essential. You can have a serious problem when Salah is given twice the amount of [Virgil] van Dijk.

We’ve witnessed many such instances over the years at Arsenal. Aubameyang got what he asked for and is now looking.

It’s his last major contract. He’s not moving and is on what he can get. This is not an easy task. It’s important to maintain some respect for the club and maintain parity.

He’ll likely be Liverpool’s highest earner, because they will find a way. They’re not miles apart, so it’s possible. However, Liverpool have the right to do it in a reasonable way.

Publited Fri, 17 Sep 2021 at 14:15.54 +0000

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