Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher told the Reds that he had no doubt Mohammad Salah would be the next big player to link his long-term future to the Anfield club. Representatives of the club and the players are discussing a new agreement, which expires in 2023.
The 2019-20 Premier League champions are among the few clubs to make a profit from the transfer window this summer. The incoming Ibrahima Connaught Red Bull was worth 36 36 million from Leipzig, with the club returning 52 52 million in player sales.
Jینrgen Klopp’s main focus was to retain the core part of his team, while strengthening the defense, an area he struggled with during the 2020-21 campaign. The Reds are trying to link the club’s top stars to new long-term contracts, and their efforts have so far been successful.
It began with Fabiano signing a long-term agreement. Brazil was followed by defenders Trent Alexander Arnold, Andy Robertson and Virgil Van Dyk. All three were followed by goalkeeper Alison Baker, who signed a six-year deal, and finally captain Jordan Henderson.
Keraghar believes that keeping the team’s core together will be Liverpool’s biggest win this summer. He also feels that this determination shows that the club’s position was different from before, when they lost their top players like Barcelona and Real Madrid.
“It’s not just about Jordan Henderson, it’s about the group of players who have signed long-term contracts,” Carragher said. As the goal is referred to.. “I think Liverpool have some of the best players in the world, Allison has signed a six-year deal and Virgil Van Jake. I think Mohamed Salah will sign next.”
Over the years, of course when I was at the club, if we had players of that quality, they would go to Real Madrid or Barcelona.
“I think the money and expenses before this season were going to be on new contracts, so that those players could stay at Liverpool for the rest of their careers,” he added. “Jordan is the latest and Andy Robertson, Fabino is following, and I hope Salah will do it.”
There were several reports that Salah demanded 000 500,000 a week from Liverpool to sign a new contract. This would have made him the highest paid player in the Egyptian Premier League, but. According to Liverpool Echo.The amount quoted is incorrect, negotiations are ongoing between the two parties.