Egyptian international striker Mohamed Salah has signed a ‘new long-term contract’ with Liverpool. The club announced in a press release.
Salah, 30, who joined the Reds in the summer of 2017 from AS Roma, was out of contract in June 2023. According to local media, his new contract runs until 2025.
“I feel happy and excited to win more trophies with the club,” he told the Reds’ official website. Happy day everyone. It always takes a while to stretch, but that’s it, and focus on what’s next.
“You can see that the team has always improved in the last five or six years,” Salah said. Last season we were so close to winning four titles, but unfortunately we lost two last week.’
In a Liverpool jersey, Salah, an unfortunate double finalist of the Africa Cup of Nations with Egypt (2017, 2021), won the Champions League in 2019 (he scored in the final against Tottenham) and lost two C1 finals in 2018 and 2022. .
He became champions of England in 2020 with the Reds, who had not won the national title for 30 years. His team’s top scorer that year, Salah scored 156 goals in 254 appearances for Liverpool. He was voted Premier League Player of the Year last season.
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