Juergen Klopp detonates a surprise about Mohamed Salah staying in Liverpool (photos)


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Site blew Liverpool Echo English newspaper Belonging to the Reds club, a surprise of a heavy caliber about the fate of Mohamed Salah inside the Liverpool squad next season.

Liverpool technical director Juergen Klopp decided the fate of Salah inside the Anfield Castle, and said: I hope Salah will continue with us for a very long time.

Al-Masry once again topped the Reds’ scorer list this season, scoring 24 goals in all competitions, 17 of them came in the English Premier League to put him in the lead as the Premier League scorer.

Initial speculation about the future of the season was broadcast by Salah after an interview with Spanish magazine AS in December. The striker was definitely asked about his interest in playing one day with Barcelona or Real Madrid, and Salah answered with a level of diplomacy. Salah said at the time during his interview with AS magazine: I think Madrid and Barcelona are two big teams who knows what will happen in the future, but now I focus on winning the Premier League and the Champions League with Liverpool again.

Klopp has now suggested that his best goalscorer will remain in place in the long run at Anfield. It is a bit embarrassing when I have to praise my players, Klopp told Liverpool Echo, which is what I like to do to be honest, but especially in the case of Mohamed Salah, the numbers speak for themselves.

Klopp added: Mohamed Salah is not only a scorer, he has evolved as a soccer player as well. He is a very, very important player for us and we hope that he will be so for a very long time of course.

He continued: We have to play successful football, and I know that we can make much better performances and much better decisions, I already said that, but the situation is completely different than it was last year of course, as long as my team showed me that they really want it, and they have a great desire for Change the situation, I’m totally on their side because then we can change the rest, it’s not always in the time frame that the rest of the world wants, but we can change it and that’s what we’re trying. Liverpool head to Sheffield today, having won just two of their nine Premier League matches this year.

Klopp talks about the fate of Salah for the Liverpool Echo website
Klopp talks about the fate of Salah for the Liverpool Echo website

In numbers: Mohamed Salah is the highest paid player among Liverpool players

The English newspaper The Sun website revealed the value of contracts for Liverpool players, which showed Mohamed Salah on the throne of this list, as he is the most expensive currently in the Reds Brigade. Mohamed Salah, earns 200,000 pounds a week, and annually Mohamed Salah’s salary is equal to 10.4 million pounds.

The Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah’s contract is still in Liverpool until the summer of 2023 and he will earn about 24 million pounds from now until the end of this decade. The report confirmed that second on the list is the summer contract, Thiago Alcantara, who earns 192,308 pounds a week.

Roberto Firmino and Virgil Van Dyck earn 180,000 pounds a week, while captain Jordan Henderson and veteran James Milner get 140,000 pounds. She noted that Sadio Mane, who some might argue is just as important as Salah, earns half of his teammate’s salary on £ 100 a week.

At the bottom of the list is defender Joe Gomez, his salary of 28,000 pounds a week is almost seven times less than Salah’s, despite his long-term injury that proves his importance in the team.

Rising star Curtis Jones, 20, is sure to offer new terms on his modest wage of £ 6,700 a week in the near future. The midfielder has played 26 matches under Juergen Klopp this season and is increasingly having an influence on the side.

Surprisingly, Nathaniel Phillips, whose £ 64,615 contract expires a week this summer, is currently earning more than star-backs Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

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