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What are Mohamed Salah's salary demands?

While Mohamed Salah is scoring one world-class goal after the other in his great start to the 2021/22 campaign, his agent Ramy Abbas has reportedly travelled to England to negotiate terms on a new Liverpool deal.

Salah's contract runs until 2023, but the two parties have yet to reach an agreement on a new deal as the Egypt international's salary demands are reportedly considered to be high.

The Liverpool winger has hit the ground running this season, as he has already scored 10 times in the same number of games in all competitions, also becoming the fastest player ever to reach 100 league goals for the Reds.

What is Salah's current salary?

Back in 2018, Salah put pen to paper on a five-year deal with Liverpool and he is currently earning around 237,000 euros per month, which is around 12 million euros per season.

What are Salah's salary demands?

According to Daily Mirror, Abbas is hoping to secure a contract worth 592,000 euros per month, which would make the Egyptian forward to biggest earner at Liverpool, as well as one of highest paid players in the Premier League.

Does Salah deserve such a deal?

The transfer of Salah, along with that of Virgil Van Dijk, were the two signings that turned Liverpool from a decent side into Champions League and Premier League winners.

After joining the Reds from Roma back in 2018, Salah led his team all the way to the league title in 2019/20 for the first time in three decades, as well as to a couple of Champions League finals in 2017/18 and 2018/19, with Liverpool winning it in the latter.

Aged 29, he is going through what is considered as the peak and the most mature years for a forward and many already consider him a Liverpool legend, also taking into account his 135 goals in 213 games for the Merseyside club.

Salah is undoubtedly one of the finest in his position worldwide at the time being and by keeping him, Liverpool will definitely have the chance to challenge for more trophies in the next years.

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