March 20, 2023

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What is Mohamed Salah doing to get out of the crisis after Liverpool refused to renew his contract?

What is Mohamed Salah doing to get out of the crisis after Liverpool refused to renew his contract?

Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian star and Liverpool and top scorer in the English Premier League, found himself in a difficult situation as the England club refused to meet the requirements for renewing his contract, which makes him think of a player currently with his country in Cameroon. Getting out of the current crisis quickly, especially as the world’s biggest clubs did not want to sign Salah, each club went to another player.

Mohamed Salah must get out of this predicament, first and foremost by giving up some of his financial needs to stay at the club, especially in the light of the goodwill between the player and the club’s fans who love that player, or looking for another club to achieve what he wants, although now it has been very difficult for Salah, including Real Madrid. Due to the interest of the looking clubs to sign other players like the French Kylian Mbabane.

English reports have previously reported that Liverpool have rejected Mohamed Salah’s financial demands for renewing his contract with the club, citing fundamental reasons for maintaining the team’s stability (see details).

Mohamed Salah could replace his Colombian agent Mohamed Salah, which could be one of the reasons for the failure of negotiations with the team, and he may not be able to find another club to start Mohamed Salah after the age of 30. , So the club begins new negotiations with the player through an agent. New business.

Mohamed Salah, who lost to Nigeria at the start of the Egyptian team’s matches in the African Cup of Nations, is currently looking for a win with the Egyptian national team, where after the defeat the player came under a major attack and appeared in poor form.

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