There are news reports that revealed that Interest in Mohamed Salah. A Premier League team-mate has prompted Liverpool to comply with the Egyptian winger’s demands.
Mohamed Salah could reportedly return to Chelsea this summer. If he does not sign an extension of his contract with Liverpool , on Friday July 1 2022. The Reds made a shock by announcing. The Egyptian has signed a new three-year deal with the club worth a club-record £400,000-a-week. Finally an epic end to months of transfer rumors.
The substantial goalscorer has just one year left on his Liverpool deal and contract talks have stalled on several occasions. It has been reported that Salah is unhappy with the wages offered by UFABET club owner. FSG following the sale of Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich last month. Therefore, it is unlikely that the Reds will release another player in the front. But, according to The Sun , the interest from Chelsea is what motivates Jürgen’s squad. Klopp has accepted Salah’s demands.
New Blues owner Todd Bohly is keen to make an impact in his first summer at Stamford Bridge and is keen to sign several big names. With former Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling set to join from Manchester City , Richarlison was also linked with them prior to the move from Everton . Tottenham Hotspur, while Leeds winger Rafinha and Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo have also been heavily linked.
But Bohly has placed Salah as their potential signing. If true, it would mark a big return to the London club in eight years after his last game for the Blues. Salah joined Chelsea from Basel in 2014 but made just 13 Premier League appearances and scored twice before being loaned to Fiorentina and eventually sold. Roma in 2016
He was openly criticized by Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho at the time. And was seen as a flop for the team before his return to England with Liverpool at Anfield, he scored 156 goals and 63 assists in 254 games, winning the Premier League, the Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup and is now considered one of the club’s biggest players.