Mohamed Salah rules out Liverpool summer exit

Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah has been linked with a move away from the Merseyside club in recent months.

Mohamed Salah has a contract with Liverpool until 2025, and the Reds could look to cash in on him at the end of the season if he does not sign an extension with them. They will not want to lose a player of his quality as a free agent next year.

However, Salah has now ruled out a Liverpool exit even though Jurgen Klopp will leave the club in the summer. The development will come as a major boost for the Reds, who were hoping to hold on to the player. It will be interesting to see if the two parties can secure a contract extension now.

He said to Sky Sports, “It’s part of life now, that everything moves. Players have left already, very important players. The manager is also very important for the club and is leaving. One day I will leave the club, but no [Klopp leaving doesn’t affect my future].”

Salah is undoubtedly one of the best players in the world, and he is certainly an indispensable asset for Liverpool. Losing him would have weakened their attack severely. The Egyptian has been a consistent performer since joining Liverpool in 2017 from AS Roma.

He has helped them win multiple trophies at club level, and the Reds must hold on to him for his long as possible. The 31-year-old is very much at the peak of his powers, and he remains extremely fit. He is likely to perform at a high level in the coming seasons as well.

Liverpool must not sell Salah at any cost

Liverpool will already find it difficult to replace their charismatic manager in the summer, and they will not want to lose key players as well. Keeping Salah at the club should be one of their priorities. Liverpool should also look to plug the gaps in their squad and add some depth during the summer transfer window.

Meanwhile, Salah is thought to be on the radar of Saudi Arabian clubs, who could offer a lucrative proposal in the summer. It will be interesting to see if they can convince Liverpool to sell their best player at the peak of his career.

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