Mohamed Salah not desperate to leave this summer

Mohamed Salah will hand Liverpool a major injury boost by returning to training ahead of the Premier League trip to Arsenal on Wednesday.

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Mohamed Salah’s future at Liverpool FC is uncertain at the moment. Fabrizio also stated that the Egyptian star had turned down the club’s offer of a new deal and that discussions had broken down. As for now, Salah’s main goal is to remain at Liverpool.

Mo Salah is not considering a switch to La Liga at the moment. He isn’t keen to depart this summertime. His contract ends in June 2023, after which he will be free to leave, but as of currently, Salah is only interested in Liverpool as reported by Fabrizio Romano.

Klopp was a queried about Salah’s agent making a strange tweet after the Liverpool manager commented on the 29-year-ongoing old’s contract case last week by insisting that the situation would be resolved soon and said they won’t be able to do much more. Mo is the one who makes the decision, as reported by Skysports.

Salah’s current Anfield contract ends in less than 18 months, and his agent Ramy Abass Issa appeared to respond to Klopp with a series of seven laughing emojis.

Mohamed Salah was replaced shortly after converting a second penalty in Liverpool’s 2-0 victory against Brighton on Saturday with a foot injury. The Egypt international missed training on Monday, citing fears about his fitness ahead of the midweek trip to the Emirates, but Reds manager Klopp claimed the Egypt star has returned well.

After being held to a goalless draw by Crystal Palace on Monday Night Football, title-chasing Liverpool go to an in-form Arsenal hoping to get to within a point of leaders Manchester City.

The Reds have won their last eight Premier League games, and Klopp has pledged to be “as unpleasant as humanly” to Pep Guardiola’s team in the final ten games of the season.

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