- Dejan Lovren has told Mohamed Salah to pay for his coffee
- This comes after the Egypt international paid for the fuel of people at station
- Lovren and Mohamed Salah are close friends at Liverpool
Liverpool star Dejan Lovren has expressed surprise when he heard that his teammate at Anfield Mohamed Salah paid for people's gas at petrol station he visited recently.
Mohamed Salah has been receiving praises from fans for what he did when he bought gas for all the people he met at a filling station he recently visited in England.
People might have been praising the Egypt international, but his teammate Dejan Lovren called him out asking him to pay for his coffee.
The 30-year-old explained that he knows how tight Mohamed Salah is and his recent was a great one.
''I heard that Mohamed Salah paid couple of days ago the gas for everyone on the petrol station. Great gesture
''But can you pay at least once for me the coffee?? Usually you are tight guy so I am surprised, but anyway well done,'' Dejan Lovren posted on his twitter account.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are preparing for their next game in the Premier League against Everton as football games is set to start again in England.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super defender Virgil Van Dijk rejected mega move to join Paris-Saint-Germain and he is now on the verge of signing a new five-year £220,000-a-week deal at Liverpool.
Virgil Dijk joined Liverpool from Southampton who were then campaigning in the Championship and he has gone to play two Champions League finals under Klopp winning one.
His superb performances for Liverpool in all competition makes him a target for Paris-Saint-Germain who are ready to spend big on signing the Holland international.
Liverpool chiefs have been impressed with Van Dijk's games since he joined the club and they are ready to thigh him down for a long term contract.
According to the report on UK Sun, Virgil Van Dijk will sign a new five years contract worth a massive £57 million once Liverpool win the 2019/20 Premier League title.
That will make the 28-year-old become Liverpool's highest paid player ever as Virgil Van Dijk will be collecting £220,000-a-week contract.
Mohamed Salah is Liverpool's current highest paid player earning awesome £200,000-a-week.
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