Mohamed Salah admits he will stay at Liverpool next season

Mohamed Salah has reaffirmed his intention to remain at Liverpool next season, while Sadio Mane has refused to disclose his plans until after the Champions League final.

Salah’s contract expires at the end of the season and he has yet to agree on fresh terms, with Liverpool now refusing to meet the Egyptian’s demands.

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According to rumors, the attacker may leave this summer in pursuit of a fresh challenge, with Liverpool eager to cash in rather than losing him on a free transfer next year.

Salah, on the other hand, has allayed any anxieties by affirming that he will be at Liverpool next season regardless of whether or not he signs a new deal this summer.

“I don’t concentrate on my contract at the moment, I don’t want to be selfish at all,” the Premier League Golden Boot winner stated before of the Champions League final against Real Madrid.

“This is all about the team now; this is a huge week for us, and I’m just focusing on the team.”

“I want to win the Champions League again; I want to see Hendo [Jordan Henderson] hold it and pass it to me.” I don’t want to speak about the contract since we have a long time – I will definitely be back next season.”

Salah’s teammate Mane, on the other hand, has done nothing to allay worries that he may leave the club this summer.

Bayern Munich has been extensively linked with a move for the Senegalese forward, who also has a contract expiring next summer.

And the 30-year-old has now refused to commit to his future, stating that he will respond after the Champions League final.

“I’ll address this question [about my future] after the Champions League.” I’ll decide whether or not to remain after the Champions League.”

Mane also warned Real Madrid, who defeated them in the final four years ago, that things would be different this time.

“Without a doubt, Real Madrid was the superior team in 2018 and deserved to win.” They won the championship, and it was well deserved. But this time will be different.

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