Mohamed Salah receives cheeky offer to join Premier League rival as Liverpool delay contract

Mohamed Salah is yet to commit his future and agree a new contract with Liverpool, and the Anfield star has now received a cheeky transfer offer to sign for a Premier League rival.

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Jurgen Klopp on the disappearance of Sadio Mane and Mo Salah

Mohamed Salah has been cheekily offered the chance to sign for Tottenham Hotspur if he rejects a new deal at Liverpool.

Spurs legend Teddy Sheringham has said the Anfield star will be welcome in north London amid his Merseyside contract saga.

Salah, whose current deal expires in 18 months, has been in negotiations with Liverpool for months but the Reds have yet to cave in to his demands.

The 29-year-old insisted he was not asking for ‘crazy’ new terms, but reports said Salah’s party were demanding wages worth more than £300,000 a week.

With nothing decided, Sheringham – who also played for Manchester United – weighed in on the debate, joking that Tottenham would be able to produce an unlikely swoop.

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Sheringham joked that Salah should join Tottenham

“Salah is the man. He’s still producing. I’m surprised it’s taken them so long to come up with a package for him,” he told talkSPORT.

“He openly came out and said he wanted to stay. You’d like to think Liverpool would want him to stay. Do it or he can come to Tottenham!”

Salah’s contract has been a topic of conversation in the Premier League since the start of the season, with Liverpool icon Jamie Carragher recently claiming fans would ‘never forgive’ the Anfield board if they allowed him to leave. winger – who has scored a staggering 23 goals in 26 appearances this season – to leave Merseyside.

“Salah wants to be paid as well as any top player in the Premier League or world football, and why not? He deserves it, we’re talking about one of the best players in the world,” Carragher said on Sky. Sports.

“It’s not about giving the player exactly what he wants, but Liverpool Football Club and the owners, I don’t think they would be forgiven if Salah leaves this club this summer or in 18 months.

“He’s a Liverpool legend, one of the greatest players the club has ever had, and this needs to be sorted out as soon as possible.”

Meanwhile, manager Jurgen Klopp remained optimistic about the situation, although the Reds have struggled so far in Salah’s absence, with the Egyptian missing out on international duty at the African Cup of Nations. nations.

Klopp insists Salah wants to stay



“We know, I know Mo means, we want Mo to stay,” Klopp said on Wednesday.

“That’s where we are. These things take time, I can’t change that, sorry. I think everything is in a good place.”

Urged by a journalist to elaborate in order to allay the fears of supporters, the German said: “I’m very positive about it but I don’t think it’s fair to speak on behalf of the supporters. not as nervous as you are.

“They know the club and know the people who take care of things here. I think it’s positive but until it’s done we can’t say anything about it. Good conversations, that’s what I can say.”

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