With the PFA Player’s Player of the Year nominee in stunning form, the Premier League giants have decided to offer him a stunning new deal to stop Real Madrid from snatching him.
An incredible season in the Premier League, the PFA nominee has gone to score 43 goals and produce a further 13 assists in all competitions and has broken Cristiano Ronaldo’s 2007/08 record for most goals in a season. Not only that, as of right now Mohamed Salah is in a very special club with the Egyptian tied for the most goals in a single Premier League season with Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Luis Suarez, all at 31.
But while Mohamed Salah did flourish at AS Roma scoring 34 goals and assists a further 24 in 83 games, there were questions asked when Liverpool shelled out 42 million to bring the former Chelsea flop back to the Premier League. But 31 goals in just the Premier league later, the world and Liverpool fans praise Jurgen Klopp for his ingenuity and craftiness.
However, that kind of form leads to the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG, Bayern Munich and even Manchester City shortlisting the Egyptian international as their next target. However, with Real Madrid desperate to bring in new blood into the Santiago Bernabeu, the Los Blancos are reportedly desperate to make a move for the 25-year-old. The PFA player of the year for the 2017/18 season, would be a brilliant replacement for the struggling Gareth Bale.
That’s exactly why Liverpool will reportedly offer the Egyptian a brand new and very lucrative contract. According to reports from both the Express and the Metro, the Anfield side has decided to improve Salah’s current deal where he earns £90,000-a-week and bump it up to a massive £185,000-a-week. The report further adds that this could all get done before the 2018 World Cup in Russia starts, with Liverpool eager to keep Mohamed Salah for the considerable future.
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Especially given the fact that Salah’s form and his sheer class in the Premier League this season has been the reason that the Reds are doing so well, and along with the likes of Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah is a part of easily the best trio in world football at the moment. But with the former Chelsea man failing to impress in his first spell in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge, many expected him to repeat the performance.
Things don’t always go according to plan but with Mohamed Salah, things for Liverpool have gone above and beyond what they ever expected the 25-year-old to produce. But next season will most certainly prove to be a turning point in the Egyptian’s career and if he can reproduce his form, then Salah can most definitely be considered as one of the best in the world.
But right now, he needs to help Liverpool reach their first Champions League final in nearly 11 years.