The press service of Liverpool announced the extension of the contract with striker Mohamed Salah. The striker extended the agreement with the club until 2025.
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And the No. 11 now joins the re-signing contingent after agreeing to a new bumper three-year contract, ending months of speculation regarding his future.
30-year-old Egyptian Mohamed Salah has been playing for Liverpool since 2017. Portal Transfermarkt estimates the cost of a football player at € 90 million.
He moved to Liverpool in 2017. Already in his debut season, the striker scored 44 goals in all competitions. 32 of them were scored in the Premier League. Salah set a new tournament record of 38 matches.
Reports suggest Salah’s new deal will see him earn in excess of £350,000 per week, putting on par with the Premier League‘s top earners like Kevin de Bruyne.
After the contract extension, Salah said: “I feel great and I’m happy to win trophies with the club. This is a happy day for everyone.
“I think the update will take a little time, but now everything is done, so we just need to focus on what comes next.