Salah demands pay rise to stay at Liverpool - Report
Liverpool are continuing to press ahead with talks over a new long-term contract for Mohamed Salah.
Negotiations are ongoing between the Reds and representatives of Salah, who is in the final two years of his current deal that was signed in 2018.
Liverpool are keen to reward the Egyptian for his continued outstanding contribution having scored a remarkable 127 goals in 206 games since arriving from Roma for £43.9million in the summer of 2017.
According to Liverpool Echo, the amount Salah is asking for is not in the region of the £500,000-a-week that was being suggested over the weekend.
However, the player is reported to be demanding a pay rise.
Salah’s agent Ramy Abbas Issa caused a stir last month after his client scored in the 3-0 opening weekend win at Norwich City by tweeting the message “I hope they’re watching”, a barely-concealed reference to the contract talks with Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group.