Salah makes the turn for his new contract and ‘career decision’ with Liverpool

Mohamed Salah is reportedly now leaning towards signing a new contract with Liverpool, a few days after rumors of a safe departure from Anfield.

According to The Mirror, Salah is now close to agreeing a new contract which will keep him at Liverpool until the end of his career.

A change of mind from the 29-year-old Egyptian has raised hopes at Anfield to end the protracted saga over his new deal, which will give a big boost to Reds coach Jurgen Klopp.

After Salah refused the new terms, which would have seen him earn 400,000 a week, the Reds owners feared the worst and that he would allow his current contract to end by doing so.

That would have made him also vulnerable to offers from other interested clubs this summer like Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.

But now Salah, who praises his love for him at Anfield, who reappeared this week in Liverpool to offer his condolences on Egypt’s World Cup play-off final, is prepared to compromise with his requests.

The Egyptian striker is said to no longer seek to equalize with Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo, whose salary is 500,000 a week.

That could include an extra 12 months in the three years being discussed, which would see him effectively play the best remaining years of his career with the club he joined almost five years ago.

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