Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has revealed that the club are yet to start any discussions about a new contract, MySportDab reports.
Salah’s current contract at Liverpool is due to expire in the summer of 2023.
The Egyptian has hinted before that he could leave the club, saying ‘we’ll see what happens’ when asked about his next plan.
Salah has been previously linked with both Barcelona and Real Madrid over the last few months.
Now, The 28-year-old has provided an update about his future at Liverpool in a Sky Sports interview.
‘Nobody has talked to me about it, so there is nothing much to say about that,’ Salah told Sky Sports.
‘No one at the club has said anything to me so I do not know.’
Salah has delivered so much for Liverpool, winning the 2019 Champions League and 2020 Premier League title.
Mo Salah wants to win the Champions League and Premier League again at Liverpool.
He added: ‘I have said this before that my plan is to win the Premier League, and the Champions League again.
‘It feels great to win, I just want to do it again and again. Winning trophies is part of our job.’
In December 2020, Salah was asked by Marca about a possible transfer to Spain, he said: ‘Hopefully i can play for many more years. So Why not?
‘Anything can happen in the future, so yes, maybe one day.
‘I hope to do the same thing that I’ve been doing. Winning trophies, scoring goals, and helping my team win.’
Salah has been fantastic since he joined Liverpool from Roma in 2017, scoring 123 goals in 198 matches for the Reds.
Liverpool have had a frustrating season so far this time around but Salah could still in win the Premier League golden boot.
He has scored 20 goals in the Premier League this season, one behind Tottenham Striker Harry Kane.