The German coach, Jurgen Klopp, stressed that the Egyptian Mohamed Salah is not a smart phone that is bought in a moment, but rather it is a deal in the millions, noting that there are many things that must be taken into account in the issue of contracts, some of which are related to the club, and the other is related to the player, and a lot of things are related to By proxy.
Klopp told the British “Liverpool Echo” website: “There are talks. I’m not sure that trying two big companies to reach an agreement usually takes place overnight in normal life,” explaining that “signing a big contract, it’s not like buying a smartphone, where you just do it.” Sign one thing and it’s done.”
Liverpool fans fear the departure of Salah, who presents the most wonderful performances at Anfield, and fascinates them with his footballing arts, which crowned the team with the 2019 Champions League and English Premier League 2020 titles after a long absence of 30 years.
Salah and Liverpool negotiations have continued for months without solutions to the crisis, as Salah demands the club to get 400,000 euros per week, while the administration sees the amount as large compared to Salah’s age, who is 31 at the end of his contract in the summer of 2023.
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