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Mo Salah has responded to Barcelona’s transfer interest amid Liverpool difficulties

Mohamed Salah is yet to commit his future to Liverpool by signing a new contract, with Barcelona being the latest club to be linked with the Anfield star in a potential transfer

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Jurgen Klopp on Mo Salah’s contract

Mohamed Salah has admitted that he is “very happy” to be linked with the move Barcelona – but his priority is to stay Liverpool.

The 29-year-old is at the center of a dispute between the Anfield chiefs and his entourage over a new contract, and the Blaugrana are the latest find a way to take advantage of the situation.

If the two parties do not agree to the new terms before summer transfer windowSalah will be a backup plan for Barcelona if City of Manchester beat them to sign Erling Haaland.

With his current contract set to expire in 2023, Salah will need to be offloaded by Liverpool in the coming months for the Red Devils to recoup a substantial fee, with Xavi Hernandez Besides that will pay 55 million pounds, according to the Spanish outlet EQUAL.

And the leading part of this season Premier League The goalscorer has hinted that a move to the Camp Nou would be attractive, although there is still hope Liverpool can meet his demand – which is said to be demanding a £300,000-a-week salary.

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Barcelona have been linked with Salah amid his contract outage at Liverpool

“I read what was said about Xavi wanting to sign me,” Salah revealed to Egyptian broadcaster MBC, via Scoredin December.

“This is what makes me very happy that a club like Barcelona are interested in me, but I’m happy to be at Liverpool and we’ll see what happens in the future. For now, I prefer to stay in the Premier League because it’s the strongest league in the world.

“I’ve said many times, if the decision is up to me, I want to stay at Liverpool. But the decision is in the hands of the board and they have to deal with this.”

And a year ago, Salah even expressed interest in playing in Spain at some point in his career, saying Marca : “I hope to be able to play for many more years, so why not?

“Nobody knows what will happen in the future, so maybe someday, yes.”

Management Reds Jurgen Klopp recently opened the lid on the status quo regarding his star’s contract situation, admitting that his club “couldn’t do more” to convince him to sign a new contract.

“I think Mo definitely wishes this club had a lot of ambition, we’ve been there over the years and we… no, of course we couldn’t do much more. [in the talks]it is so,” said Klopp in a previous press conference Saturday’s 2-0 win in Brighton in which Salah scored.







Klopp told Salah that Liverpool “couldn’t do more” with a new contract
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“But I don’t think about it, I think it’s pretty much Mo’s decision; I think the club did what the club can do, that’s it.

“Nothing to say about it, all is well. In my view, it is precisely this moment that should be the right time and everything has been said.

“Nothing more happened, so no signing, no opt-out or anything. So we just have to wait for that, it’s totally fine. There’s no rush in the situation. that situation.”

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