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Will Mohamed Salah make a stunning move to Saudi Arabia this summer?

Will Mohamed Salah make a stunning move to Saudi Arabia?

With renewed talk about 's potential move to , let's examine what's happening with the player's contract behind the scenes. 

The Liverpool , dubbed the “Egyptian King,” is enjoying another stellar season for the Reds. He's bagged 13 and notched five assists in 19 games this season. 

Players and fans hold the 31-year-old in high esteem, recognizing him as an elite footballer. Witness the LASK players begging for his shirt exchange after the Reds 4-nil drubbing of the Austria outfit. The Egyptian netted his 199th goal for the club in the Europa League group-stage match. 

When does Mohamed Salah's Liverpool contract end?

Mohamed Salah's current Liverpool contract expires in 2025 — 18 months from now. And with all the hype linking him to the Saudi Pro League — after all, Al-Ittihad offered Liverpool a $189 million bid last summer — he wants to renew at . That's right — Salah desires a one-year contract extension for Jurgen Klopp's side. 

The news may sound harsh to the club's owners, looking to rake in fresh transfer money. After all, Al-Ittihad is likely to increase their bid this summer. But the Liverpool fans will love Mo's commitment as if he's not already a club legend! 

Acquiring Salah could significantly boost the financial profile and strategically enhance the visibility of the Saudi Pro League within the Arab world. 

Mo is not in a rush; he's well aware that he'll still have fresh legs (and deeper pockets) for the Saudi Pro League when it comes time in a couple of years. 

Let's enjoy watching Mo in his prime in the Premier League while we can. 

Photo: Twitter/mosalah

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