Rami Abbas, the agent of Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, raised the concern of Liverpool fans with a mysterious tweet on his personal account, in which he said: “I hope they will see,” after Salah shines against Norwich City, scoring two more goals and leading his team to Liverpool. Won 3-0. Yesterday, Saturday, the first round of English Premier League football.
Liverpool fans, through social media, have expressed concern that the tweet was a precursor to the departure of its star, Mohamed Salah, from the “Reds”, particularly its announcement of the failure of negotiations to renew Liverpool’s contract. Its contract with the Egyptian star expires in 2023.
Many Liverpool fans saw the tweet as clear and obvious message to Mohamed Salah’s agent Rami Abbas’ Liverpool owners, that the club had failed to offer a new contract to satisfy his player, and that Liverpool supporters felt time was running out, and that their hero would soon be free to leave.
The Daily Mail reported that some Liverpool supporters had threatened to riot if Salah did not renew, and expressed fears he would be caught by Argentine star Messi in Paris Saint-Germain, and it is believed that Salah, the former Chelsea star, will reach the Champions League final in 2018 after reaching the Champions League final. He has signed an annual contract with The Reds and is earning 200 200,000 a week.
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