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Gary McAllister shares an important update regarding the future of Mo Salah with Liverpool

Gary McAllister claims an important detail on the future of Liverpool superstar, Mohamed Salah. Gary believes that Salah will ‘definitely’ be featuring in the Merseyside next season as well. Of course, there is a huge question mark on the future of the club and players as of now. Their manager, Jurgen Klopp, shocked the world by announcing his departure from Anfield next season. Since then, there have been rumours of multiple players looking for an exit.

The likes of Virgil van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Mohamed Salah are out of contract in the next 18 months. Based on their performances this season, Liverpool will surely want to tie the trio down to new deals.

Gary predicts the next club for Egyptian talisman Salah

The African superstar is undoubtedly one of the finest feet to ever feature in the English division. The success Liverpool have had in the past few years has very much to do with his presence on the field. However, it is expected that Saudi clubs will come back for him in the summer just like the previous campaign.

Gary McAllister, speaking on No Tippy Tappy Football, says Salah will definitely stay at Anfield for the next season as well.

I think he’ll definitely stay, I’ve got to say. I just think he’ll stay, I just think he’s got far too much in his locker to be thinking about going and playing in the league which is obviously not at the level the Saudis want it to be.

These words from Gary are certainly a huge boost for the Merseyside fans. Mo Salah is on the course of having one of his most prolific seasons with the club again this year. Although he is out on international duty, he can have a lot of additions to his goal tally after his return. Nevertheless, it is very early to predict the future of the club until a new management is confirmed. Once they will confirm a name for the managerial role, the course can become more clear.

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