Former England international goalkeeper Paul Robinson warned Liverpool against losing Mohamed Salah after abandoning his Senegalese colleague Sadio Mane in favor of Bayern Munich, noting that the Egyptian star “turned the tables” on the club and is now in a position of strength after the club refused to accept his financial requests earlier. .
Salah’s contract with Liverpool expires next summer, as the two parties failed to reach an agreement to renew the contract, as the Egyptian striker demands to double his weekly salary of 200,000 pounds currently.
Robinson, the former Leeds and Tottenham goalkeeper, who participated in the 2006 World Cup with his country, told “Football Insider”: “Now Salah is in a strong position and is leading the negotiations with ease after the departure of his colleague Mane to Bayern Munich.”
He continued: I do not understand how Mane left Liverpool, he was in one of the biggest clubs in the world and is competing strongly for all championships, and behind him there are adoring fans, so far I am trying to understand what happened, but I have not succeeded.
And he added: Mane’s decision to leave gave Salah a lot of influence in his negotiations with Liverpool. Regardless of the club’s new contracts, the “reds” cannot give up two of the attacking triangle in a short period, and for this he will acquiesce in the requests of the Egyptian scorer.
Salah has been playing with Liverpool since the beginning of the 2017-2018 season, and with the club he achieved the English Premier League championship, in addition to the European Champions League, the English Cup, the League, the European Super and the World Club Cup.