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We continue to win without Salah and his decision on his future at Anfield

By Charles Cornwall

We continue to win without Salah and his decision on his future at Anfield

the report suggests, the Reds are firmly in control of the situation

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Liverpool are optimistic about extending the stay of their star trio of Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold. According to a report from Football Insider, Liverpool management are confident of reaching an agreement with their star trio over a new deal. With Jurgen Klopp's departure, there has been much talk about the future of Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold at the club.

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However, as the report suggests, the Reds are firmly in control of the situation. They are confident of convincing their star players, who have been instrumental in their recent success, to sign an extension despite all the interest in them. Salah has been linked with a move to the Middle East in the recent past. Saudi Pro League clubs will be back for his services in the summer and with only a year left on his contract by then, the Reds will not be in the driving seat. They will also risk losing their star player for free if they choose not to sanction his departure.

Despite the possibility of a free agent exit, the Reds are not worried about Salah leaving. Nor are they worried about Van Dijk or Alexander-Arnold , with the duo's contract also expiring in the summer of 2025. There is no shortage of clubs for either, but Liverpool feel they can build a new project that will convince them to stay despite Jurgen Klopp's departure in the summer. The German manager's decision to end his time at Liverpool has come as a shock to everyone.

Salah stays

He has been one of the main reasons for their success and, with his departure, reports have emerged that players are considering their options. His departure is already a blow, so the club cannot afford to lose any of its key players at this stage. Despite all that is going on in the background, the Merseyside club believe that if they can show the right ambition in the new era, they will be able to convince the trio to sign a new long-term deal that will commit their immediate future to the club.