Mohamed Salah will end his career with Liverpool .. And Ahmed Schubert reveals his role in the brilliance of the Egyptian pharaoh

Liverpool coach, Jurgen Klopp, praised the outstanding level of the Reds star and English Premier League top scorer, Mohamed Salah, noting that the Egyptian pharaoh is the best player in the world at the present time.

Mohamed Salah scored a hat-trick, which led Liverpool to beat Manchester United 5-0, during the match that brought the two teams together yesterday, Sunday, at Old Trafford, in the ninth round of the English Premier League.

After the match, Klopp praised Mohamed Salah, stressing that he always works to score goals.

The German coach said in statements to the British "Sky Sports" network: "In the fifth goal, Mohamed Salah was there to score the goal, and he deals with the noise that everyone around him makes."

Regarding Salah's recent statements in which he confirmed his desire to stay with Liverpool until the end of his career, Klopp said he knew that this was Mohamed Salah's desire from the beginning.

He explained: "He enjoys football, and this could go on for a very long time, I knew he wanted to stay at Liverpool, I know the situation perfectly."

Salah starred in front of Manchester United and surpassed the "Don" Cristiano Ronaldo, who receives a weekly salary of 550,000 pounds, while Mohamed Salah receives 225 thousand pounds, and many reports indicate that there is a dispute between Mohamed Salah and the Liverpool administration about renewing his contract, which expires at the end of the season. Next, in light of the Egyptian star's desire to obtain a weekly salary of 400,000 pounds as a prerequisite for agreeing to renew the contract.

The Egyptian pharaoh managed to score three goals against the traditional rival, Manchester United, at “Old Trafford”, and Mohamed Salah became the first player in the English Premier League to score a “hat-trick” away from home against Manchester United at Old Trafford since the phenomenon Ronaldo with Real Madrid in April 2003 in Champions League, and Salah raised his score to six goals in Old Trafford, and is the only player in the English Premier League to score in three consecutive matches at Old Trafford.

The Egyptian striker, Mohamed Salah, became the historical African scorer in the English Premier League, after he shared the top scorer in the list of the most African scored in the English Premier League with Didier Drogba, the former Ivory Coast and Chelsea player, with 104 goals each, before Salah reached 107 goals with Liverpool. And two goals with Chelsea, who played for him between 2014 and 2016.

Salah, 29, also extended his record by scoring for the tenth consecutive match with Liverpool, a new record for the Egyptian star.

Salah is alone at the top of the English Premier League with ten goals scored in nine matches, and Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is behind him with seven goals.

For his part, the journalist Ahmed Schubert revealed his role in the professionalism of the star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, to the Swiss Basel at the beginning of his professional career.

Schubert said, in statements to the Egyptian Channel 1, "I intervened to make Mohamed Salah professional to Switzerland, after Salah contacted me to mediate for the Contractors Department to reduce its requests for his departure to Basel, Switzerland."

The former Al-Ahly star added: “I spoke with Ibrahim Mahlab, the former head of contractors, and his handling of Salah’s professionalism was very impressive.”

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