Salah: I will stay with Liverpool next season

Liverpool: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, who will enter his final year on his contract, has said he will remain at club English next season, regardless of the outcome of the renewal negotiations. Salah, Premier League top scorer in this season with 23 goals, equal to Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min, he can move for free to any other team at the end of next season if he does not reach an agreement to extend the contract. The Egyptian player stated in press conference ahead of the Champions League final against Real Madrid on Saturday that was not the right time to talk about contract renewal negotiations. He added: “I’m not focusing on the contract now, but on the team, I don’t want to be selfish at all and two months ago I said it’s in the hands of the team. clubit’s a really important week for us and I want to win the Champions League again. “” I will stay for sure next season, I want to see Hindu (captain) (Jordan Henderson) get the trophy back and hope he gives it to me. ” ‘striker Sadio Mane, whose contract with Liverpool will expire at the end of next season, told Sky Sports he will determine his future after Saturday’s final. “I will answer the question after the Champions League whether I will stay or not,” he said. Liverpool president Tom Werner confirmed earlier this week that the club he would keep Salah and Mane. “I would like to keep the negotiations secret, but of course we have confirmed our desire to carry them forward,” said Werner. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes the outcome of Saturday’s match will not affect the players’ decision. “Not at all,” he said. What do you mean? If we win, will the two want to leave now? Are in negotiation with all the players, but now is not the time. “He continued:” Some players have an idea and we have another idea, sometimes we don’t get along right away, but we work together and have known each other for a long time and everything is fine. “Everything is clear and no one is waiting for them to hear anything from us about what we want to do.” (Reuters)