Photo: Salah’s agent teases fans on Twitter amid £400,000/week contract talks

Mohamed Salah’s agent has teased Liverpool fans on Twitter with a picture of the forward laughing with the representative in the background.

The no.11 is reportedly asking to be paid £400,000 per week in line with his status as the best player in the Premier League and the world but FSG are currently refusing to meet his demands.

He recently gave an interview to GQ where he insisted he isn’t demanding ‘crazy stuff’ in what can be interpreted as a way to further get fans on his side and to show that the reason talks have stalled is due to the club saying no not him.

Liverpool fans responded to Ramy Abbas Issa’s tweet, speculating about what the typically cryptic post could mean.

Michael Mongie
Football Central Media Group founder, owner and editor.


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