Salah says he is not asking for 'crazy stuff' in new Liverpool deal

Salah says he is not asking for 'crazy stuff' in new Liverpool deal

11/1/2022 2:49:00 PM

Salah says he is not asking for 'crazy stuff' in new Liverpool deal

LONDON: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah says he is not asking for \u0022crazy stuff\u0022 in any new contract he signs with the Premier League club but wants the deal to reflect his huge contribution at Anfield. The Egypt international has fewer than 18 months remaining on his current deal and has reiterated wh

LONDON: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah says he is not asking for"crazy stuff" in any new contract he signs with the Premier League club but wants the deal to reflect his huge contribution at Anfield.The Egypt international has fewer than 18 months remaining on his current deal and has reiterated whether he stays or goes remains in the hands of Liverpool.

Reports have suggested that Salah, who has won the Champions League and Premier League with Liverpool, is looking for a weekly salary of more than £300,000 (US$408,000).That would smash the Reds' wage structure and would represent a significant policy change by the club, with the owners reluctant to hand out lucrative contracts to players once they reach 30, which Salah does in June.

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The Egypt international has fewer than 18 months remaining on his current deal and has reiterated whether he stays or goes remains in the hands of Liverpool. Reports have suggested that Salah, who has won the Champions League and Premier League with Liverpool, is looking for a weekly salary of more than £300,000 (US$408,000). "Future foreign trips are going to be fun!" he said in a tweet that had been liked 40,000 times and received 4,000 retweets by Friday (Jan 7). That would smash the Reds' wage structure and would represent a significant policy change by the club, with the owners reluctant to hand out lucrative contracts to players once they reach 30, which Salah does in June. Related: Salah wants extended Liverpool stay but says future "not in my hands" Salah, who has scored 111 goals in 165 Premier League matches for Liverpool, and is on track for a third Golden Boot in five years, said he wanted to be appreciated. Mr Kapoor has joined in himself, declaring that he was been"Kovid positive since 1990" and posting a picture holding a bottle of Corona beer. "I want to stay, but it's not in my hands. The report said the firm has put on sale all of its real estate projects, including both residential and commercial properties, and it is also in talks with China Vanke to dispose some assets.

It's in their hands. The sudden spurt of attention was"totally unexpected" but he hoped it would bring some publicity to his business during a"very difficult time" for the sector, he told AFP. They know what I want. I'm not asking for crazy stuff," Salah told GQ magazine. Kovid is a highly unusual name in India but means a scholar or a learned individual in Hindi and Sanskrit, with the 'd' pronounced with a very soft emphasis. "The thing is when you ask for something and they show you they can give you something (they should) because they appreciate what you did for the club". "I've been here for my fifth year now. "It's a memorable name with a beautiful meaning," he said.6per cent, after gaining 19per cent in the previous session.

I know the club very well. I love the fans. I'd never change it. The fans love me. But with the administration, they have (been) told the situation. It's in their hands".

Salah, currently playing for Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations, has made the three-man shortlist , along with Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski and Paris Saint-Germain's Lionel Messi, for FIFA's best men's player of 2021. He finished seventh in the race for last year's Ballon d'Or, but the Egyptian's ambition is to be the best in the world. "I can't really lie and say honestly I didn't think about it," he said."No, I think about it. I want to be the best player in the world".

"But I will have a good life even if I don't win. My life is OK, everything is fine." Source: AFP/yb .