Mohamed Salah responds to the intransigence of the Liverpool administration with a new achievement

The English Premier League announced today, Tuesday, that the Egyptian football star and top scorer of Liverpool and the English Premier League, Mohamed Salah, won the award for the best player for the month of February.

This award comes amid a difficulty in the negotiations between the Liverpool administration and the Egyptian Mohamed Salah’s remorse regarding the renewal of his contract, which ends in June 2023, as the English club’s management refuses to grant Salah the weekly salary he requests on the pretext of its desire to maintain the club’s policy regarding the salary ceiling.

Liverpool congratulated the Egyptian pharaoh and posted on his official account on Twitter: "Mohamed Salah wins the Player of the Month award, with the vote of the fans submitted by the Professional Players Association for the month of February."

Five players competed against the Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, for this award, and they are: Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Che Adams (Southampton), Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur), Craig Dawson (West Ham United), and Jarrod Bowen (West Ham United).

With the Reds, Mohamed Salah scored four consecutive victories during the same month in the English Premier League, scoring three goals and making one goal.

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