The speculations surrounding Mohammed Salah’s future at the Anfield Stadium has finally been brought to a close by the Egyptian forward who has reportedly signed a five-year contract with the Reds.
Mo Salah was Liverpool’s revelation last season as he found the back of the net 44 occasions in all competitions to be on equal goal tally with Real Madrid and Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 26-year-old became the most prolific striker in Premier League’s history when he scored his 32nd League goal in last season’s final match.
His exploits and goals for the Reds throughout last campaign were enough to earn the PFA player of the season, Writer’s player of the season and Premier League Golden Boot.
According to the Sun in one of their early reports this morning, the Egyptian star has penned a new with the Reds and he is expected to remain with the Merseyside club until 2023.
While reacting to the good news, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said the player deserves to remain at Anfield stadium base on his performances for his team during the previous campaign.
The German tactician is, however, confident that Salah would maintain his blistering form for the team in the upcoming season.
As for the player himself, Liverpool is his home and he would want to remain for a very long time.
All eyes will be on the 26-year-old attacker in the 2018-19 season if he would be able to repeat the feet he achieved during the 2017-18 season.
According to Dominic King, a reporter for the Sun, Salah will become one of the top earners at Anfield as he will be receiving £200,000 as weekly wages.