Salah wants £500k per week wages - Club under pressure to let starman leave in January


Liverpool could enable Mohamed Salah sale in January as the club not ready to meet the Egyptian's £500k weekly wages demands

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 the Egyptian, who is in the final two years of his current deal that was signed in 2018.

The Reds are keen to reward Salah 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.

Salah is already one of Liverpool's highest earner.

However, with less than two years left on his current deal believed to be worth more than £200,000-a-week, the 29-year-old wants to be paid more than double of his current earning.

While manager Jurgen Klopp is said to be anxious to tie Salah down to a new contract amid interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, Liverpool will not shatter any pay structure with such a giant offer and the club could be forced to let the forward leave in January to prevent a devaluation of his market value.

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