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Mo Salah New Liverpool Wage Revealed

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Mo Salah New Liverpool Wage Revealed

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Liverpool forward Mo Salah has signed a new three-year contract with the club.

The Egyptian had a year left on his previous deal and there had been many reports circulating that he would not be staying at Anfield long term

However, this latest announcement has put those rumours to bed and there is no doubt Mo Salah will be lining up for Klopp's side next season.

The forward has scored 156 goals in 254 appearances during his time on Merseyside since his transfer from Roma.


The questions surrounding his future arose after Salah was said to have requested £400,000 per week to stay at Liverpool, and that it something the club were not able to offer due to their stringent wage structure.

So how much will the star player now earn after signing his new deal?

Mo Salah Liverpool Salary:

The Egyptian is set to earn in excess of £350,000 per week following his new agreement with the club, according to reports.

He will now become the highest earner in Liverpool's history.

It always seemed that the club and player were keen to find a happy compromise, and they have done just that.

Reds Sporting Director Julian Ward flew out to Egypt where Salah currently on holiday to complete the finishing touches of the contract, and sign the new deal.

After the announcement of the agreement, the forward said:

"I feel great and I am excited to win trophies with the club. It's a happy day for everyone. We are in a good position to fight for everything."

Topics: Mohamed Salah, Liverpool Transfer News & Rumours, Liverpool

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