Mohamed Salah opens fire on Liverpool: I am looking for appreciation, not money

The captain of the Egyptian national team and Liverpool player, Mohamed Salah, confirmed that he is not looking to leave the Liverpool team and that he is looking for stability and survival, but the question of whether or not he will remain is related to the club’s management, which has so far refused to meet the requirements of the best player in the team this season and the top scorer in the league.

And Mohamed Salah said in statements to the international magazine “GQ” during a photo session: “I want to stay, but the matter is not in my hands, only the club management is looking at this issue, they know what I want and I do not ask for any crazy demands, it is about what is More than money, it's appreciation, it's when you ask for something and they show you they can give you that thing, because they appreciate what you've done for the club."

Mohamed Salah’s contract with Liverpool expires next year, specifically after 18 months on June 30, 2023, but the two parties have not yet reached any agreement regarding the renewal, even if everything is going in favor of the Egyptian player, especially after he is close to being crowned with a better title. player in the world.

And Mohamed Salah added his statements, saying: “I have been here for five years, I know Liverpool very well, I love the fans, the fans love me, but it is in the hands of the management.”

And English reports had revealed that Mohamed Salah wanted to get a weekly salary of 500,000 pounds, but the Liverpool administration did not want to give him this salary because he did not break the salary scale within the club.

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