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Mohamed Salah may exit Liverpool in 2023

Mohamed Salah controls the ball during a match. File

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The English club Liverpool is not concerned about the position of the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah next season, according to British media.

Mohamed Salah will be playing his last season at Anfield, if his contract is not renewed, but at the same time it does not guarantee his survival for additional years, despite the progress of negotiations between the two parties.

Mohamed Salah, 30, contract expires in June 2023, and so far negotiations between him and the Liverpool administration have not reached a consensus about his survival.

The British media indicated that the Liverpool administration is not concerned about the level of Mohamed Salah in the new season, and knows that the three-time Premier League top scorer will give everything he has for the team.

The media said, "The departure of Senegalese Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich, for 35 million pounds, could represent a strong boost for Salah to continue in the ranks of Liverpool for additional years."

Salah Mohamed Salah vies for the ball.

The local media said, "Informed sources within the English Premier League and Champions League runners-up confirmed that there has been great progress in the negotiations between the player and the Liverpool administration, without the club's management exceeding the wage ceiling, but at the same time they see no indications that Salah will give up much of his demands.


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The reports said, “Liverpool’s success in including Uruguayan Darwin Nunez from Benfica for 85 million pounds, in the most expensive deal concluded by the Reds in its history, has strengthened the offensive power of the Jurgen Klopp battalion, which also includes two new deals, Fabio Carvalho from Fulham, and Calvin Ramsey from Aberdeen.

Liverpool's top scorer Mohamed Salah was among the top 10 donors in the field of health in 2022, after he came in eighth place.

Mohamed-Salah-main1-750 Mohamed Salah celebrates after scoring a goal.

Media reported that Salah donates about 6% of his total wealth on charities.

Reports indicated that Salah made donations of £2.4 million to the National Cancer Institute in Cairo in 2019, and the Egyptian player also participated in the Cambridge University study initiative that was launched last summer, and that grant helped increase students at the university by more than 50%.

The Egyptian national team captain bore 30 grants, amounting to £20,000 per person in three or four years, equivalent to at least 1.8 million pounds.

Reports indicated that Salah's donations in health and educational aspects amount to 6% of his income, which amounts to £41 million per year.

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