Mo Salah Demands Staggering N375m-a-Week Wages Before Signing New Liverpool Contract

Mo Salah Demands Staggering N375m-a-Week Wages Before Signing New Liverpool Contract

  • Mohamed Salah has given Liverpool the only condition that will make him sign an extension with the club
  • The attacker's current deal with the Reds expires in June 2023 but the club wants to tie him down beyond that time
  • Salah who is equally wanted by Real Madrid has now demanded £500,000 to remain at Anfield for a longer period

Mohamed Salah seems ready to commit his future to Liverpool only if they will meet his demands before his contract expires.

The Egyptian superstar has been in a tremendous form for the Reds all season-long having scored 15 goals and five assists in 12 appearances across competitions.

He also took the match-ball home after his side demolished Manchester United 5-0 at Old Trafford last weekend after finding the back of the net three times.

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Mo Salah demands staggering N375m-a-week wages before signing new Liverpool contract
Mo Salah in contention for the ball with Cristiano Ronaldo during Liverpool's 5-0 win over Man United last weekend. Photo by Michael Regan
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However, with his current deal set to expire in the summer of 2023, the Merseyside outfit is making plans to extend his reign at Anfield.

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How much does Salah currently earn?

But the forward who currently earns N150 million a week (£200,000) is reportedly demanding for an upgrade that will see him earn N375 million-a-week (£500,000) as reported by Goal quoting Football Insider.

Liverpool will however have to move very fast to avoid Real Madrid luring the prolific goal scorer away from the club next summer.

The two-time Premier League golden boot winner has already confirmed that he wants to stay at Anfield for a long time but insisted that everything boils down to what the club decides at the end of the day.

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Mo Salah breaks two Premier League record

Legit.ng earlier reported that Liverpool star Mohamed Salah wrote his name in Premier League history books after shining during his side's 5-0 win over Man United on Sunday, October 24.

Salah was the man of the moment as the Reds tore apart their arch-rivals at Old Trafford in what was one of United's heaviest defeats in their recent history.

The Egyptian struck three times to fire Jurgen Klopp's men to victory, leaving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the verge of being sacked.

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