In form Liverpool forward, Mohammed Salah has told Sky Sports that he doesn’t see himself leaving the club unless the club’s hierarchy no longer needs him.
The smily Egyptian said it would be awkward to play against Liverpool.
Ahead of Liverpool’s Premier League clash with Manchester United, Mohamed Salah has told Sky Sports that he wants to sign new contract and stay at the club for the rest of his career.
With less than two years left on his current deal, fans and experts alike are desperate for the man who has now scored in each of Liverpool’s last nine games, to be tied down to a new long term deal.Salah who has now won the Premier League, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup with the Merseysiders, however said his future at the club does not lie in his hands.
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