Liverpool has everything to be happy. Or almost. This season, the residents of Anfield are present on all the tables. Indeed, they are qualified for the FA Cup final against Chelsea and can claim a place in the Champions League final, they who won 2-0 against Villarreal in the semi-final first leg. In the league, Sadio Mané’s teammates are in second place in the standings with 82 points, one less than Manchester City, first (83 points).
The end of the season promises to be exciting for Liverpool. However, one point darkens this idyllic picture: the future of Mohamed Salah. At the end of the contract in a year, in June 2023, the Egyptian, an essential part of Jürgen Klopp’s team, has still not extended his lease. What to worry the English according to the Telegram. Indeed, the Reds are wondering about the striker and do not want to be in the position of the club being forced to sell a player, since Salah will be one year from the end of his lease and could leave afterwards.
Liverpool are still in the dark
An impossible scenario for Liverpool, who want to keep control even if selling the 29-year-old footballer is also a possibility that management has in mind. the Telegram adds that the former AS Roma player has two options, he who would be tempted by a challenge in Spain, where his name circulated at FC Barcelona, or at Paris Saint-Germain. Not enough to reassure the English, who are still uncertain about him. the DailyMail specifies, in fact, that Mo Salah has given no indication to his club about his future.
However, he dropped sacred clues about his future during a recent interview for FourFourTwo. “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.. To stay. But it’s not as simple for the player as it is for Liverpool. To be continued in the next episode.