Liverpool reported good news to its fans for the coming seasons: Mohamed Salah extended his contract for three more years.
Mohamed Salah extended his contract with Liverpool until 2025. (Photo: Liverpool)
Liverpool aspires to be Premier League champions again and fight for the Champions League in the 2022-23 season, so he has been fine-tuning details on his squad. The departure of Sadio Mané meant a serious blow to the sports entity, but there was a positive development this Friday: Mohamed Salah arranged his renewal until 2025.
The new agreement was disclosed by the institution itself through social networks, causing a pleasant impression among fans. “Our Egyptian king is here to stay“, the 'Reds' said in a message on Twitter, highlighting the striker's stay at Anfield since mid-2017.
“If I look back when I came, the club was not winning many things and I told them that I came to get cups. I think we have achieved good trophies together and I think we can do it again”, Salah confessed in an interview for the Liverpool press area.
Let us remember that the footballer, now 30 years old, won a Premier League title, one FA Cup, another EFL Cup and also a Champions League (2018-19). “We win so many things together. We had some disappointments, but this is football. I've enjoyed being here and I hope to continue getting many trophies”, added 'Mo'.
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In the same way, Jürgen Klopp was happy for Salah to continue under his command. “It's the best decision for us and for him. He has taken a little time, but he is fine and good things are always worth waiting for. Mohamed is one of the best in the world and I have no doubt that his best years are yet to come”, explained the coach.
“The first five seasons he had have been the stuff of legend. He is in incredible physical condition, he is a machine. He works hard and gets rewards from it. Every season he raises his level and is adored by his teammates ”, the German coach concluded about ‘ Mo ’, who registers 156 goals in only 254 appearances with Liverpool.