Could Liverpool lose Mohamed Salah to Paris Saint-Germain?

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool (Photo by Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images)
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool (Photo by Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images) /

It is believed that talks over a new contract between Liverpool and star player Mohamed Salah have broken down; back in December already have the player and club stalled over a new deal.

Liverpool have been doing the business on the pitch, earning their 12th straight Premier League victory when they travelled to the south coast and ran out 2-0 winners against Brighton. A goal apiece for Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah saw the Reds return to Anfield with all the spoils.

Their three points on the road helped keep the point gap to a minimum of three between them and leaders, Manchester City — depending on their result against Crystal Palace on Monday night — will determine whether it will stay that way or open back up to six points.

While there is nothing to be seen but utter dominance from the Reds for 90 minutes of football when they’re out on the field, things behind closed doors have taken a familiar turn for the worse. It appears that the “Egyptian King” is prepared to depart during the summer if a deal with the club cannot be struck.

Mohamed Salah would prefer to stay but will consider other options

Despite the rumours and news that Salah is ready to leave Anfield when his current deal ends, due to the offer received from the club, the priority is to stay in the English Premier League.

"Liverpool’s contract talks with Mohamed Salah have broken down and the forward will not sign a new deal unless offered improved terms.Salah’s preference remains to stay at Anfield but he and his agent, Ramy Abbas Issa, have dismissed the club’s most recent offer and no talks have been held since December. (Via:"

If no agreement can be made before the end of his current deal, he will then listen to offers from the said trio of PSG, Juventus, and Real Madrid; the French club sees him as the perfect replacement for Kylian Mbappe, who is linked with a move to Madrid.

Jurgen Klopp publicised in his press conference that he is confident things are fine between the club, him, and Mo, however, his agent had another perspective on the contract situation and laughed at the manager’s comments.

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For now: all that can be said is that Mohamed Salah and his company are not ready to cave for less than their asking. Liverpool’s offer was said to be in the region of 400k-a-week while other rumours suggest PSG will consider rewarding him £600k-per-week if he was to join the Ligue 1 outfit.