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Mohamed Salah did not accept offers from other teams for his love of Liverpool

By Charles Cornwall

Mohamed Salah did not accept offers from other teams for his love of Liverpool

Some of the biggest European clubs were looking to lure Salah before he renewed with Liverpool for 3 more years.

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The story between Mohamed Salah and Liverpool will continue to be written, the Egyptian footballer decided to stay at Anfield and got a considerable pay rise. Therefore, Salah is perceived to be the new leader of the Reds' offense after the departure of Sadio Mané.

Although the Reds' owners considered selling Mohamed, negotiations took a different course and a three-year contract renewal with a large salary increase was achieved. Jürgen Klopp had a lot to do in convincing the player, after showing him the new project where he would be the face of this new Liverpool. The Egyptian striker will be the highest paid player with 420 thousand dollars a week, according to Fabrizio Romano.

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Mohamed Salah has found at Anfield the ideal habitat to play his best football. The Egyptian striker is one of the pillars on which Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool is built. And one of the main architects of Liverpool's success over the past five years.

Officially, the new deal between the Reds and Salah was signed, which will bind the striker until 2025. Mohamed said he was very happy and excited about the possibility of continuing to win trophies with the club, making it a happy day for everyone.

In what can be interpreted as a clear message to Real Madrid, who have been probing his availability in recent months, as have many of Europe's biggest clubs, Salah decided to renew with the team he loves.

Salah spoke about his future in Liverpool

"I am fine and very excited to win trophies with the club. It's a very happy day for everyone," Salah told Liverpool's website. "It took some time to renew, but we have got it done, so now all that's left is to focus on what's next."

"I think you can see that the team has always been on the up over the last five or six years," he added.

 

 


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