Liverpool Star Mohamed Salah has revealed that he’s not sure how long he will remain at the Premier League club, MySportDab reports.
The 28-year-old has developed at Liverpool into one of the world’s best players since his transfer from AS Roma in 2017.
Mo Salah has scored 108 goals in 172 matches for Liverpool and played a key role in Jurgen Klopp’s team winning the Champions League an Premier League title.
His success at Liverpool has resulted into transfer rumours about a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid.
Now, it appears more unlikely scenario as the La Liga clubs have both affected financially due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Speaking in an interview with Spanish Newspaper AS, Salah responded to a question about his future at Liverpool.
“Barcelona and Real Madrid are two top clubs,” he said.
“Who knows what might happen, but for now I am focused on winning the Premier League title and the Champions League again.”
Salah has a contract with Liverpool until 2023, by then he will be 31 years old.
MySportDab understands that Liverpool are not worried about making him sign a new long-term contract.
However, Salah remains keen to break more records at Liverpool.
When asked how long he will stay at Liverpool, Salah said: “That’s a difficult question.
“Right now, everything is in the hands of the club. Yes, I want to break more records here and, I repeat, all the records, but everything is left for the club.”
The Liverpool winger has impressed again this season with 14 goals across all competitions so far.