Salah calls for a pharaonic increase
Faraj Benlahoucine, Media365, published on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 8:42 p.m.
Under contract with Liverpool until June 2023, Mohamed Salah is already in talks with his management for an extension. « The Pharaoh » would claim an annual salary close to 23 million euros per year.
Mohamed Salah is currently one of the best strikers in the world of football. His two goals recently scored against Manchester City during the 7th day of the Premier League and against Watford this weekend on the occasion of the 8th episode of the English championship bear witness to this. Probably at the top of his game and aware of his current level, « The Pharaoh » would be according to The Telegraph already in discussions with his club Liverpool for an extension. The Egyptian’s current lease runs until June 2023.
Over 20 million euros annually!
Currently benefiting from emoluments reaching the tidy sum of twelve million euros per year, Mohamed Salah would claim according to the British media cited above not far from the double. By receiving 475,000 euros per week, the annual salary of the « Pharaoh » would explode to almost 23 million euros. Vertiginous sums that the Mersey club could pay to its star if the current negotiations would end in this direction. The price for keeping a prolific goalscorer and highly appreciated by Reds fans.
Since arriving in Liverpool in 2017 from AS Roma, Mohamed Salah has always compiled at least 20 goals in all competitions. In the previous year, the Egyptian shaken the opposing nets 22 times in the Premier League and six times in the Champions League. This season, he started with a bang on a much higher basis. In eight league appearances, he has already split seven goals. And on the continental scene, he scored three goals in just two days!
Statistics that he could improve from this Tuesday evening on the lawn of Wanda Metropolitano where the 2019 European champion travels to Atlético de Madrid of Antoine Griezmann and Thomas Lemar to compete for the supremacy of group B currently dominated by the English.