Liverpool have finally agreed (LFC) a new deal with Mohamed Salah, who had a sensational campaign with the club last term.
The Egyptian international broke many records and won a lot of individual accolades for his brilliant performances but failed to win any silverware with the Reds.
Salah broke the record for the most goals scored in a 38-game season by netting 32 times last season. Overall, the former Roma playmaker netted 44 goals and provided 16 assists in 52 appearances for Liverpool (all competitions).
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According to The Mail, Liverpool have agreed a contract that will make the 25-year-old superstar earn £200,000-a-week, £52million (€58.7million) in the next five years (until 2023).
The British outlet have mentioned that reigning European champions, Real Madrid, were constantly linked with the African star but Liverpool’s talks with his agent went smooth and now a new deal has been confirmed which has got no release clause.
Salah missed the opening game of the World Cup due to injury. He did score two goals in the next two fixtures but Egypt were eliminated from the competition after losing all their group games.