Alisson urges Mohamed Salah to snub Liverpool exit

Mohamed Salah has been linked with a move away from Liverpool in recent months, but Alisson Becker has urged him to stay put.

Saudi Arabian clubs tried to sign Mohamed Salah during the summer transfer window before he snubbed them. But Liverpool managed to hold on to their talismanic attacker. His suitors are likely to come back for him at the end of the season when he will enter the final year of his contract.

However, Brazilian international Alisson Becker hopes that Salah will continue at Liverpool in the near future as well. He said (h/t 90min), “This guy is amazing. I’m so glad to have him in our team. I hope he can break all the records that he has in front of him as long as he keeps the red shirt on him!”

The 31-year-old Egyptian international is undoubtedly one of the best players in the world, and he has been an asset for Liverpool since joining the club. His departure will weaken the squad, and the Reds must do everything in their power to keep him for as long as possible.

Even though he is 31, Salah remains a world-class player who is performing at a very high level. Given his fitness and style of play, he is likely to be a top-class player in the coming seasons as well.

The partnership set to continue? (Photo by Paul Ellis/AFP via Getty Images)

Salah recently scored a brace in the Merseyside Derby against Everton. He is now the fourth-highest scorer in the Merseyside Derby, just one goal behind club legend and former captain Steven Gerrard.

Alisson has suggested that Salah should look to play in the Liverpool red for the foreseeable future and break more records in the coming seasons. It will be interesting to see how the situation develops over the next few months. If the player signs a new contract with the club in the coming months, it would secure his long-term future with Liverpool.

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The Reds will not want to lose him on a free transfer in 2025. So, they will be under pressure to cash in on him if he does not renew his current deal soon. Salah has been in spectacular form for Liverpool this season as well and he is currently second in the race for the Premier League Golden Boot with seven league goals.

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