Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler believes that making our Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, the highest paid Reds winger, will not create a crisis in the Merseyside Reds’ dressing room.

And Liverpool entered into negotiations with Mohamed Salah to renew his contract, as his contract with the Reds expires after two years.

Salah gets 200,000 pounds a week, and the media reported that our Egyptian star wants a salary ranging from 300,000 to 380,000 pounds.

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Newspapers close to the Reds administration reported that Liverpool rejects Salah’s demands, so that his high salary does not cause a crisis in the dressing room between the players, as well as not to exceed the salary ceiling within the club.

But Fowler believes that Salah getting the highest salary within the team will not represent a crisis in the locker room, because he is the best player in the team.

And Fowler wrote in an opinion piece in the British newspaper, “Mirror”: “Mohamed Salah is undoubtedly world-class, and in my opinion, there will be no dissenting voice in the Liverpool dressing room over the Egyptian, who is rewarded with a new contract that makes him the highest-paid club in the club.”

He added: “In all honesty, the words of praise for him are carried out!, especially after that goal against Manchester City, which contained a little bit of everything, if it was Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, it would have been more talk about his goal, touching the ball in a wonderful way in a narrow space. Body, speed, a little bit of cunning and in the end a great finish on goal.”

He continued: “I would be surprised if there were no talks about a new contract going on now, he would almost certainly think he deserved a little more than what he earns, and of course he is entitled to a salary increase, if we judge him by his performance now you have to give everything he wants.” .

He continued: “I don’t think you will hear any Liverpool fan against that, but from a financial point of view, the club has to take care of things in the long term, so there has to be a quick agreement, we hope he signs a new contract, and the sooner the better. certainly”.

And he went on: “Indeed there have been cases in the locker rooms in the past, where some players were upset that a player received a higher salary than the rest, but in this case, Liverpool must realize that Mohamed Salah is now one of the best players in the world, whether they like it Or not, and with all that he has to offer, I honestly don’t think there would be any issues with Mo easily becoming the highest paid Anfield player, nobody would come and say ‘Oh, he’s not worth it, because he’s a normal player’, it’s impossible.”

And he added: “We are talking about one of the outstanding players in the world, I would be quite surprised if there is a single player in the Liverpool dressing room saying that he does not deserve a contract to match his world standing.”

And he elaborated: “Mohamed Salah’s performance now requires a big contract, he is wonderful in a unique way, I look at him sometimes and think and say (how did he do that), he is unconventional.”

He continued: “Sometimes he doesn’t seem comfortable on the ball and has to act when he seems to lose control of it, and then all of a sudden he gets back on track and seems unstoppable.

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He continued: “He’s incredibly fast and strong, you just have to say, ‘Wow, how did he do that?’), he’s uniquely brilliant, I don’t think there’s anyone in the Liverpool dressing room or playing in the Premier League who would be envious of the new contract. The benefactor.”

He continued: “I don’t see Salah as a winger, he plays in the last third, you don’t have wings anymore, he’s a striker who plays in a great team, now Liverpool is very good, and they have a really great and great coach.”

And he concluded by saying: “Salah is loved in Liverpool and there is no doubt about that, and with his goal in Manchester City, it seems that everyone has understood this opinion.


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