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Mohamed Salah commits to U-turn as Liverpool were encouraged to sign Harry Kane

Mohamed Salah is said to have softened his contract demands at Liverpool, while the Reds were encouraged to leave for Harry Kane at the end of the season

Salah is reportedly set to strike a new deal with Liverpool
Salah is reportedly set to strike a new deal with Liverpool

Liverpool routinely started a potentially busy month on Saturday.

The Reds didn’t have to get out of second gear to hit relegation-threatened Watford 2-0 at Anfield. It was a result that put Jurgen Klopp’s side temporarily in the lead First League table, although they were quickly usurped by Manchester City after their triumph Burnley.

Not only are the Reds fighting on all fronts over silverware, but they are also negotiating to tie Mohamed Salah to a new contract. The Egyptian’s current terms are expected to expire at the end of next season and the lack of an extension has raised some concerns at Anfield.

Here are your latest Liverpool Headlines at the start of a hectic month on and off the pitch.

Will a new deal for Salah boost Liverpool’s quadruple push? Let us know comment section under!






Fowler thinks Liverpool should consider a move for Kane

U-turn of the Salah contract

Salah is reportedly set to sign a new deal with the Reds after compromising on his demands.

The Egyptian is said to have asked for a deal he would equal Cristiano Ronaldo on salary, but he is now reportedly ready to soften those requests and extend his stay on Merseyside.

Salah’s current contract expires at the end of next season and the lack of news about an extension has raised some concerns. However, it seems the 29-year-old is on the verge of bringing more positive news to Liverpool loyalists in a season already littered with special moments.

Read the story in full HERE.

Fowler wants Liverpool to go for Kane

Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has said he would like to see the Reds switch for Harry Kane when he comes on the market in the summer.

However, the England skipper was wanted by Manchester City ahead of this season Tottenham Hotspur dug in to hold Kane in north London. After a slow start to the season, the 28-year-old has started to find his best form again.

In his column for the Mirror, Fowler said he would be happy to see Liverpool spend big to sign the centre-forward.

“United will be there for sure and that’s a bit left but I’ve said before Liverpool could do worse than going for him because he has the ability to drop deep like Firmino and he can score guarantee,” he said.

“So he has to ask a question: are Spurs any closer to winning trophies now? I think objectively, and without seeming to put them down, most people would say they’re further away than they were before.”

Read the story in full HERE.

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While both Liverpool and City have done so Champions League Commitments to fulfill this week focus on Sunday’s big Premier League game between the two title contenders.

Liverpool’s 10-game winning streak has brought them to within a point of the defending champions and the two sides will meet in a potentially season-defining showdown at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.

The winner of this clash will undoubtedly add momentum to the remainder of the season and it will be fascinating to see if the team that slips up can fight their way back into the grand battle for the prize.

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