Just in! Mo Salah Signs New £200,000 Weekly Contract With Liverpool for 5yrs

Liverpool have secured Mohamed Salah on a new five-year contract that the manager, Jürgen Klopp, believes provides further evidence of the progress being made at Anfield.
The Egypt international has committed his future to Liverpool until 2023 in a lucrative deal that does not contain a release clause.
The widely coveted forward, following a phenomenal debut season at Anfield that brought 44 goals in 52 appearances at club level but, as expected, has followed Roberto Firmino in committing to Klopp’s team for the long term. Sadio Mané is also in line for a new and improved contract at Liverpool.
Salah’s form and global status has soared since joining Liverpool on a five-year deal from Roma last summer.
Negotiations on a new contract started with the 26-year-old’s agent, Ramy Abbas, before the end of a stunning debut season with Liverpool that brought a fourth placed finish in the Premier League and a Champions League final appearance.
Salah was forced out of the final defeat to Real Madrid with a shoulder injury but he returned to make two appearances for Egypt at the World Cup.
No financial details have been announced about the forward’s new deal but he is expected to have doubled his wage to around £200,000-a-week.
The absence of a release clause ensures Liverpool are in a strong position should a rival suitor, such as Real Madrid, step up their interest in Salah in the future.