Mohamed Salah’s contract expires next year. That had caused speculation about an early departure. However, the Egyptian has now confirmed that he will continue playing for the Reds next year.

He stays: Mohamed Salah has done Liverpool FC a big favor and confirmed at the press conference for the upcoming Champions League final that he will not leave the club in the summer. While Salah has not yet signed a new working paper, he will still fulfill his current contract: “I don’t want to talk about my contract. But I’ll definitely be staying next season, that’s clear.” So an early change in the summer is out of the question.

Free transfer next year? The 29-year-old’s contract expires next year – an extension is still pending. Uncertainty over the Egypt international’s future had led to speculation that Salah could potentially leave Liverpool anytime soon to avoid a free transfer next year.

Champions League final: Looking ahead to the upcoming premier class final, Salah says: “I am very motivated, especially after what happened in the Premier League on Sunday, everyone is motivated to win the Champions League now. “

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