Liverpool are expected to make one final attempt to extend Mo Salah‘s contract, according to former Eurosport reporter Dean Jones.
The journalist claims that the Reds are preparing to submit their last offer to the Egyptian international but it is still expected to fall short of the player’s demands:
“Liverpool set their stall out not to cave into his demands. I believe there will be one more offer on the table for him this summer – take it or leave it. But I don’t think it will be at the level that Mohamed Salah’s representatives put forward.”
Reports have suggested that Salah would be open to staying in the Premier League if he does leave Anfield at the end of next season, which will put the likes of former club Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City and Manchester United in the frame to sign him.
However, that may just be talk from the Egyptian’s agent designed to scare Liverpool into agreeing terms. It is much more likely that Salah would move abroad if he were to depart the club next year.
The 30-year-old has been a fantastic servant for the Reds, having scored 156 goals over the past five years, and fans are still holding out some hope that a deal to extend his stay can be reached.