A new, long-term contract with Liverpool has been signed by Mohamed Salah, according to the Premier League powerhouse.
There were worries that the Reds may have to sell Salah this summer because his contract was due to expire next year.
The 30-year-old, who had 23 goals and 13 assists, has now pledged his future to the team, which is a significant plus for the 2022–23 campaign.
Mohamed Salah has signed a new, long-term deal with Liverpool FC, the club has announced with joy.
The forward, who helped Jürgen Klopp’s team win a domestic cup double and was named the FWA Footballer of the Year and the PFA Players’ Player of the Year for 2021–22, has committed his future to the Reds by signing the contract on Friday.
Salah will now prolong his stay at Anfield after five years with the team, which has resulted in a phenomenal 156 goals in 254 games.
Salah commented on his new contract: “I’m in terrific shape, and I’m eager to help the club win championships. Today is a joyful day for everyone.”
“I believe that renewing takes some time, but now that everything has been completed, all that is left is for us to concentrate on what comes next.”
“I believe it is clear that the squad has been moving in the right direction over the past five or six years. We came very close to winning four last season, but regrettably, we lost two trophies in the final week.”
” I believe we are well-positioned to fight for everything. New signings have also been made. We simply need to keep up the good job, have a clear vision, remain optimistic, and try everything again.”