The legend of Liverpool reveals a surprise in the renewal of Mohamed Salah's contract

Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler said that the current Egyptian international team's top scorer, Mohamed Salah, will decline in his level after he has completed his 30th year, and that Liverpool will not break the wage ceiling in order to renew Salah's contract.

Fowler, who was one of Liverpool's brightest stars between 1993 and 2001, said in his article on the British newspaper "Mirror": "Salah is facing a difficult situation with the departure of a partner in the Senegalese club's attack list, Sadio Mane, and I do not know much about the negotiations between him and the Liverpool management, but It is clear that nothing is happening.”

Fowler, who has 369 games with Liverpool, said: "The Senegalese Mane wanted to get a big contract, because it may be the last decade in his professional career, but the Liverpool management knows that a player who will complete his 31st year soon does not deserve this amount."

He added: "The Liverpool administration sold Mane's contract and brought Nunez without breaking the team's salaries, and it is clear that they will not break it for the sake of Mohamed Salah, and if they wanted to, it would have happened a long time ago."

Fowler, who scored 128 goals with the "Reds", questioned the possibility of Mohamed Salah continuing the same level, and said: "His level has been declining since the beginning of 2022, and he and the Liverpool management must ask himself, will he remain at the top at the beginning of the thirties."

It is noteworthy that the newspaper “The Sun” indicated earlier that the Liverpool club management would accept any offer worth 60 million pounds to dispense with the English Premier League top scorer for the last season, the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, who currently earns 240,000 pounds per week.

The newspaper pointed out that the Real Madrid administration is awaiting the player's position, as the royal club wants to strengthen its offensive line with distinct elements after the failure of the contract with French international Killian Mbappe, who renewed his contract with his club Paris Saint-Germain until 2025.

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