JUST IN: Mo Salah Ready To Join Premier League Rivals If Liverpool Fails To Improve Contract Offer.

Liverpool will have to fight to keep star player Mohamed Salah from joining a rival club, should he fail to agree a new deal at Anfield, according to reports.

The 29-year-old has a contract with Liverpool until the end of the season, but his future with the club is uncertain beyond that. 

According to The Athletic, Salah intends to leave Anfield if Liverpool's contract offer isn't dramatically improved, and he wants to stay in the Premier League.

The Egyptian star wants to stay with Liverpool, but the club is unwilling to pay him the money he demands. Despite the fact that the two sides have been in talks for almost a year, they are no closer to reaching an agreement.

Salah is willing to sign a two-year extension if conditions can be worked out, but only if it makes him one of the highest-paid players in the world. Liverpool will lose one of its top players on a free transfer if they do not reach an agreement.

This corresponds to a current trend in football toward prioritizing free transfers. Salah's departure is the last thing Liverpool wants after selling Sadio Mane.

In this case, the former Chelsea player wields complete power. He has developed into one of the best players in the world since joining Liverpool, and has played a key role in the club's recent comeback.

 Salah, a three-time Golden Boot winner, 2021/22 Playmaker of the Season, and 2017/18 Premier League Player of the Season, has 156 goals and assisted many more for Liverpool in 254 games.

Salah believes his compensation demands are reasonable, and his work demonstrates that he is correct. For years, the "Egyptian King" has been one of the top players in the world, and this year he wants to be compensated accordingly. If that is not the case, he will join a Premier League team that can provide him with what he desires.

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