The Egyptian Sports Minister reveals the next destination of Mohamed Salah

The Egyptian Minister of Youth and Sports, Ashraf Sobhi, confirmed the direction of the Egyptian football star, Mohamed Salah, to renew his contract with his current English club, Liverpool.

"I advised Salah to complete his professional career in a club other than Liverpool, but his current direction is to sign a new contract with the English team," Sobhi said in statements broadcast by the Egyptian Youth and Sports Radio on Monday evening.

And British media reports indicated at the weekend that Salah, who is linked with the “reds” until 2023, is close to reaching an agreement on a new contract that will keep him at “Anfield” until the end of his football career.

Since his arrival at Anfield in the summer of 2017, from Rome, Italy, Salah has established himself as one of the best English Premier League stars and has mainly contributed to leading the Reds to their first league title since 1990 (the 2019-2020 season) and to winning the Champions League. The Club World Cup and the European Super Cup (2019), in addition to the League Cup this season.

Salah was crowned top scorer in his first season (32 goals), then participated in the following with his Senegalese colleague Sadio Mane and former Arsenal top scorer, Gabonese Pierre Emeric Aubameyang (22 goals).

Al-Masry continues his brilliance this season, leading the scorer with twenty goals so far, in front of his Portuguese colleague Diogo Jota and the South Korean striker for Tottenham Son Heung-min (14).

After the disappointment of losing the final of the African Cup of Nations against his colleague Mane and the Senegalese team, and then the end of the dream of qualifying for the Qatar World Cup 2022 at the hands of the same team, Salah raised controversy about his future with the national football team, considering that it was an “honor” for him to play with his country “whether you are present or not.” no".

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