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Liverpool owner under attack over Egypt star Mohamed Salah’s ‘unacceptable’ contract situation

The owners of Liverpool Football Club, Fenway Sports Group, have been heavily criticized for the way they handled Mohamed Salah’s contract situation. Salah has just one more year on his contract with the Premier League club and there are no signs that the Egyptian will extend his contract with the club.

As it stands, the African superstar will become a free agent at the end of the 2022-23 season as the Reds have yet to agree new terms with him,

Mohamed Salah has yet to agree a contract extension with Liverpool. Photo: Etsuo Hara Source: Getty Images

Senegal star Sadio Mane already left the club this summer in a blockbuster move to German Bundesliga side Bayern Munich, but there appears to be no information on Salah’s deal.

“He’s about to enter the last year of his contract, still hasn’t signed a new contract, you’ve seen Mane leave. Now they get their money back with Mane – good business.

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*Mohamed Salah is entering the final year of his contract with Liverpool and the Egyptian has yet to renew his contract with the club

“He’s been in a football club, wanted to leave eventually for whatever reason, which will come out but I’m sure it’s because of the money. “Now Salah can be free – that’s unacceptable. Liverpool have set the benchmark for how to do business as a football club and they are doing it brilliantly. But they have to work this out because Mo Salah can’t leave that football club for free.”

Former Premier League star Paul Merson claims that Sadio Mane will be a huge loss for Liverpool following his decision to leave Anfield. Mane ended a six-year stay with the Reds with a year remaining on his contract, sealing a sensational summer move to Bayern Munich. The Senegal international left the Reds having won almost every trophy available to win including the Champions League and Premier League.

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