Football star Mohamed Salah has said he wants to spend the rest of his football career with English club Liverpool.
The 29-year-old Egyptian striker has scored 173 goals in 214 appearances with the “Reds” this season, including 12 goals since the Italian club moved from Roma on a contract worth 34 344.
Salah’s current contract with the English club expires at the end of next season.
Mohamed Salah said in an interview with Sky Sports: “It’s not up to me, but if you ask me, I want to be until the last day of my football career. It’s not in my hands, it depends on what the club wants.”
He added: “Currently, I do not see myself as a player against Liverpool. It’s hard, I do not want to talk about it, but it makes me very sad.”
Salah began his football career at the El Mochawlon Club in Egypt and went through Basel, Chelsea and Fiorentina before joining Liverpool.
Salah is expected to beat Liverpool and Manchester United in their tenth consecutive match in the English Premier League on Sunday.
Recently, Liverpool coach Jர்கrgen Globe described Salah as “the best player in the world”.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have alternately won the Ballon d’Or since 2008, with the exception of 2018 when Luca Modric won it.
But Globe believes the Egyptian striker is the best at the moment.
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