According to his agent, Mohamed Salah is reportedly earning £1 million per week with Liverpool.
Recently, Salah’s lawyer and adviser, Ramy Abbas Issa, said that his client makes over £1 million per week.
According to recent statements made by Abbas to Harvard Business School (HBS) research, negotiations for the 31-year-old’s most recent contract began as early as 2020 and were still ongoing in June 2022, according to The Guardian.
The adviser alleged that by summer, communication on a contract had “broken down entirely” with Liverpool.
This sparked widespread conjecture amongst supporters, with some even spreading rumors that the star had lost interest in the team.
A breakthrough was supposedly reached, and the winger signed on for a three-year agreement just a few weeks after negotiations had stalled.
With regard to the discussions, Abbas said, “When you have put your requests on the table and you don’t get anything you’ve asked for, you have to start thinking about parting ways.”
I had been optimistic about the negotiations from the start, but now that Ramy has informed me that they have not agreed to anything we requested, I see things differently,” the Egyptian is said to have said as the talks dragged on. I know the club wants me to remain, and I know I want to stay, but it’s been difficult to negotiate a contract extension.
It describes the discussions in detail, including Abbas’s “final” deal-making offer to Liverpool.
Abbas was reportedly in Dubai, while Salah was on vacation in El Gouna.
Abbas, whose client also consented to be cited as if speaking in the present tense, said of the counteroffer, “We are still very far apart.”It’s not just a 5% discrepancy between what we’re asking for and what they’re ready to pay that has Mohamed considering throwing in the towel on his contract.
He continued, “We conservatively expect the total amount Mohamed and the image rights companies will receive over the next few years from both his playing contract and his image rights contracts to be somewhere between €54m (£46.8m) and €62m (£53.7m) per year.” This is based on the assumption that Liverpool will agree to the salary that was discussed and that Mohamed will continue to perform at the level he has in recent seasons.
The 31-year-old player indicated before he renewed his contract that doing so would be a major career achievement.
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There are no specifics, but it seems like Liverpool gave in to Abbas’ requests.
The Guardian reports that the survey did not determine how much Salah gets paid, but that sources suggest he receives more money via endorsement agreements with third parties.
There are business relationships between him and Adidas, Gucci, and PepsiCo at the time of writing.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah uses Harvard research to shed light on contract discussions.
Salah’s future at Liverpool was called into question last year as rumors surfaced that the two sides were having trouble agreeing on a new deal.
When it was announced that Salah had signed a new contract to remain at Anfield until 2025, all worries were put to rest.
The Egyptian scored a goal on Sunday afternoon against West Ham United and then went on social media to speak about Harvard research that looked at his contract negotiations.
Research claims that Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas Issa, phoned the player and said, “I am starting to fear that we may not be able to come to an agreement on a new contract, Mohamed; their latest offer is still very far from what we want.”
The Liverpool forward has been cited as stating, “I want to stay with Liverpool, but the club needs to show that they want me to stay as well.”
The paper went on to emphasize salient points, including Salah and Issa’s history together and whether or not it was appropriate for Salah to press for a move elsewhere.
Salah remarked to Issa, “We are partners.” Always looking out for my best interests, I can count on him.
Salah said on the club’s website that he was “feeling great” and “excited to win trophies with the club” after signing his new contract in July 2022. Everyone is in a good mood today.
“I believe renewal takes a little bit of time, but at this point, we’ve finished everything and can look ahead to the next step.”
He said, “I believe we are in a fantastic position to compete for everything. In addition, we have added several new players. All we have to do is stick to it, have faith, be optimistic, and try again.
This summer, Al Ittihad, a team in the Saudi Professional League, expressed serious interest in signing Salah, once again making his future uncertain.
Al Ittihad reportedly offered £200 million for Mohamed Salah, but Liverpool refused the offer from the start.
It has been reported that Jurgen Klopp is “interested” in a £52 million replacement for Mohamed Salah from Borussia Dortmund.
There is still no clarity on Salah’s future, despite the fact that Al Ittihad showed serious interest in signing him during the summer transfer window.
Liverpool, though, has been firm from the start that its star player is not for sale.
Salah’s future is up in the air despite Al Ittihad’s apparent serious interest in signing him during the summer transfer window.
Liverpool, though, has been firm from the start that its star player is not for sale.
Malen spent 2015–2017 as a member of the Arsenal youth program before joining PSV. In 116 games with the Dutch team, Malen scored 55 goals and added 24 assists.
Liverpool supporters, though, have noted Malen’s injury history and wonder whether it would be a problem for the Reds.
Malen had knee surgery in the 19/20 season and missed a total of 241 games.
After suffering torn muscle fiber and ankle difficulties during the 22/23 season, the Dutch international missed 31 days of action.
The summer signing has surpassed Mohamed Salah as the most popular Liverpool jersey.
Salah, who joined Liverpool for an estimated £43 million in 2017, has quickly become the team’s star player.
Salah improved significantly as a player while working with Jurgen Klopp.
Salah’s name and number have been the most popular ones for Liverpool supporters to buy in the previous two years.
However, according to Liverpool’s most recent top-10 list, Salah is no longer number one.
Dominik Szoboszlai, a summer acquisition for Liverpool, has taken on the role of “Egyptian King” and is quickly becoming a fan favorite.
Hungarian midfielder Szoboszlai signed with Liverpool after the Anfield club used a £60 million release clause in his contract with Bundesliga club RB Leipzig.
In a 3-1 victory against Aston Villa at Anfield earlier this month, Szoboszlai scored his first goal for the Reds.
Alexis Mac Allister, another newcomer, has the third most popular jersey among Liverpool fans. The top five also include Darwin Nunez and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Sixth place went to Luis Diaz, seventh to Alisson Becker in goal, eighth to Virgil van Dijk, ninth to Cody Gakpo, and tenth to Andy Robertson.
Here is the full list of the top 10:
1. Cody Gakpo – 18
2. Virgil van Dijk – 4
3. Alisson – 1
4. Luis Diaz – 7
5. Darwin Nunez – 9
6. Trent Alexander-Arnold – 66
7. Alexis Mac Allister – 10
8. Mohamed Salah – 11
9. Andy Robertson – 26
10. Dominik Szoboszlai – 8
Salah was extensively linked with a move away from Anfield during the whole summer transfer window.
The 31-year-old’s availability has reportedly piqued the curiosity of Saudi Professional League team Al Ittihad.
Liverpool, though, would not budge and instead turned down every offer.
Supposedly, Al Ittihad may start showing interest again during the January window.
Liverpool has been connected to a number of players in the market for a replacement for Salah, including Leroy Sane, Take Kubo, Jarrod Bowen, and Raphinha.
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Liverpool only has 10 games remaining in the season, and it appears like Salah will have his poorest season with the Reds since he joined in 2017.
Even after he scored in last weekend’s thrashing by Manchester City, it was surprising to see him sit on the bench for Liverpool’s midweek encounter against Chelsea.
One commentator even said that Jurgen Klopp’s choice to start the Egyptian on the bench indicated a rift between the manager and his best player.
His representative has denied that his client wants to leave Liverpool, and reports have indicated that Barcelona is interested in signing the attacker who formerly played for Roma.
The 30-year-old is reportedly getting £350,000 a week, making him one of the league’s best-paid stars despite the fact that he does not even have to play football.
Salah could use his big social media following to make millions if he ever wanted to retire from sports.
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