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Mohamed Salah is ‘ready to join’ Liverpool’s rivals as the situation of contract expansion looms

Mohamed Salah, Six Sports

Mohamed Salah is said to move onto any other club in the Premier League in the near future if he does not agree to a new contract.

The Egyptian forward should be out of contract at the end of next season. Moreover, it is known that talks over an extension at Anfield have come to a standstill.

This has led to questions being asked about his stay at the Reds in the future. Though, he has enjoyed an impressive season with the club, yet again.

The Athletic reports that the 29-year-old forward has already decided where he would play next if he fails to extend his contract with the Merseyside club.

Although he is a fan favorite, it seems that the club would not obstruct him from moving into another club in the Premier League in this situation.

It has also come to be known that he wants to play in England.

However, it remains to be seen which clubs could actually afford Salah.

Manchester City should be the frontrunner to sign Salah if the situation arises. Chelsea and Manchester United will also be in the race to sign the star attacker.

However, given the rivalry between United and Liverpool, it is doubtful that the Red Devils could acquire him.

Saying all this, he has clearly made it clear that he is not going to leave the club this summer.

What did Mohamed Salah say about his future?

Salah said,” In my mind, I don’t focus on the contract at the moment.

Before the Champions League final, he said,” I don’t want to be selfish at all, I even said that two months ago. It’s about the team now. It’s a big, important week for us and I’m just focused on the team and I want to win the Champions League again and see Hendo with the trophy in his hands again, then hopefully he can give it to me after.”

I’m just focused on the team I don’t want to talk about the contract now because we have a long time, but I’m staying next season for sure. I’m staying next season so let’s see after that.”

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