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Mohamed Salah Make New Salary Demands Or EXIT! (DETAILS)

Mohamed Salah is now looking to get a new bumper deal or leave Liverpool if they fail to meet his demands, MySportDab reports.

The forward has been on contract talks with Liverpool this season, and nothing has been agreed upon yet.

The Reds could lose their key player if they fail to meet his new demands which could see him sign a new deal with them.

Mohamed Salah is currently one of the most sort after players in European football as of now with interests pouring in already.

Paris Saint Germain has made the Liverpool man a priority if Kylian Mbappe leaves at the end of the current season.

Contract talks at Anfield take new twist as the Egyptian International is now stating his demands before he will agree to a new deal to stay.

Mohamed Salah is demanding £500,000 per week to sign a new contract at Liverpool, according to reports reaching us from Football Insider.

The Egyptian’s current deal is due to expire in 2023 which the Reds are eager to tie him down to fresh terms amid reported interest from Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain.

Mohamed Salah has said that he is open to seeing out his playing days at Liverpool, but he wants to be made the club’s highest earner first before anything else will happen.

The forward was on fire as Liverpool smashed Manchester United 0-5 at Old Trafford during the weekend which he scored a hat trick.

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His hattrick broke so many records which also included Ivory Coast goal machine Didier Drogba’s as the highest scoring African player in the English Premier League.

Mohamed Salah is now number one as he breaks the record in a short period of time over the Ivorian hitman who is now retired after playing almost all his football career with Chelsea.

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