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Liverpool will offer Salah 13 million euros per year

Sports | 2018-03-26 14:03:00
Liverpool will offer Salah 13 million euros per year
The entire Premier League has been left stunned by the impact Mohamed Salah has made in the division since his arrival at Anfield in the summer, however Liverpool now wish to keep him by offering him a 13 million euro annual contract.

Salah is the current leading scorer in the Premier League with a tally of 28 goals, and it's exactly this form which has seen the former Roma forward linked with a move to LaLiga.

The Merseyside club are acutely aware of just how alluring advances from Spain can be for players, and are determined not to lose Salah like they lost Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho.

Manchester City hold a clear financial advantage over every single other club in England's top flight, and whilst Liverpool have often lagged behind in recent years, a report in the Daily Mail suggests the club are willing to offer the forward a weekly salary of 229,000 euros.

Such a contract would place him amongst the very highest earnest in England, whilst Liverpool supporters continue to idolise him for his performances on the pitch.

Despite maintaining he is perfectly content on Merseyside, and that his focus is merely on Liverpool and then the World Cup, it's almost inevitable that one of Spain's biggest clubs will look at his situation in the summer.


Zinedine Zidane has already gone as far as saying he appreciates the Egyptian's talent.
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