The Egyptian is reported asking for a big money before committing his future at Anfield
Reds forward Mohammed Salah according to report is demanding £500,000 a week to stay at Liverpool.
Salah joined the Merseyside club from AS Roma. Having previously suffered an unsuccessful spell in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge.
The Egyptian in 2017 joined Liverpool following spectacular campaigns in the Serie A.
Hitting the ground running at Anfield, Salah formed a brilliant front trio with Mane and Firmino.
Increasing growing in the game they help Liverpool to win the 2019 Champions League. In addition, he also played a key role as the Reds won their first ever English top-flight title over three decades.
The 29-year-old currently has two years on his current deal at Liverpool and talks of a new deal is on the table according to head coach Jürgen Klopp.
Currently one of the highest paid footballers at Anfield. Report claims Salah want a new deal that would make him the top earner in the club’s history
Liverpool have tie down a number of it first team squad this summer, with the likes of Van Dijk, Alisson, Fabinho and skipper Henderson all signing new deals.