'Prince of Egypt' Muhammad Salah (30) will continue to accompany England's Premier League (EPL) Liverpool until 2025.

Liverpool announced on the 2nd (Korean time) that they have signed a new long-term contract with Salah.

The club did not disclose specific contract terms.

However, the BBC reported that Salah had renewed a three-year contract with Liverpool and would be paid more than £350,000 a week, the highest in the club's history.

This means that Salah will wear the Liverpool shirt until 2025.

Salah's contract with Liverpool is one year left until the summer of 2023.

Egypt striker Salah, who played two seasons at Chelsea, left Italy AS Roma in the summer of 2017 and returned to the Premier League stage with a Liverpool jersey.

Over the next five years, he played 254 official appearances for Liverpool and scored 156 goals as the team's ace.

Together with Liverpool, Salah lifted the trophy in the 2018-2019 season of the UEFA Champions League, the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup and the 2019-2020 EPL season.

In the 2021-2022 season, he won the English Football Association (FA) Cup and the Carabao Cup (League Cup) twice.

In the EPL, although Liverpool missed the title by one point over Manchester City, they scored 23 goals and became joint top scorer with Son Heung-min (Tottenham).

Salah was also awarded Player of the Year by the Professional Footballers' Association of England (PFA) and the Football Writers Association of England (FWA).

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