British newspaper The Sun has reported that Liverpool are considering allowing Egyptian star Mohamed Salah to leave the team during the current summer transfer market in light of stalled negotiations to extend his contract.
Mohamed Salah, 30,’s contract with Liverpool expires in the summer of 2023 and talks between the two sides have stalled over an extension, with Real Madrid on the lookout.
And The Sun has reported that Liverpool will allow Mohamed Salah to leave this summer if he receives a £60m offer to follow in the footsteps of his former colleague, Senegalese striker Sadio Mane, who left Anfield. a few days ago to Bayern Munich for £35m, a year before his contract expired.
The newspaper pointed out that the administration of the Reds feared the free departure of their Egyptian star next summer in light of the impossibility of reaching a final agreement with him to sign a new contract.
The newspaper added that Liverpool want Mohamed Salah to remain in their ranks but are unwilling to meet his financial demands for fear of destroying the players’ salary structure, in light of the player’s desire for £400,000 a week.
The Sun has confirmed that the Real Madrid administration is monitoring developments and will be able to offer a big deal to Mohamed Salah, despite the bad relationship between Salah and the Real Madrid stars after the statements quarreled ahead of the Champions League final twice in the past five seasons. .
He is seen as one of the most visible interests in the inclusion of Mohamed Salah’s star during this summer’s transfer market to make up for the failed deal with Kylian Mbappé, Paris Saint-Germain’s French star.
Notably, Mohamed Salah was the top scorer in the English Premier League last season with 23 goals, matching South Korean star Tottenham striker Son Heung Min.