Despite a contract running until June 2025, Mohamed Salah, rumored to be headed to PSG, wants to leave Liverpool next summer. His agent provided an update.
According to several English sources, Mohamed Salah could follow in Sadio Mane‘s footsteps and leave Liverpool at the end of the current season. Indeed, while Jürgen Klopp‘s team is currently in 7th place in the Premier League standings, the Egyptian forward is said to be planning to change clubs if they fail to qualify for the next Champions League. These revelations have reached the ears of several other major European clubs, including PSG.
In the event of Lionel Messi‘s departure, the reigning French champions are reportedly keeping an eye on Mohamed Salah‘s situation for a potential transfer next summer. According to The Transfer Window Podcast, PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi is already in contact with the entourage of the Anfield star, whose arrival would be seen by Qatar as a good deal both in terms of sport and marketing. However, all of this seems to be completely false, according to the comments of the representative of the two-time African Golden Ball winner (2017 and 2018).
PSG Mercato: Mohamed Salah does not think about a departure from Liverpool
Despite his name being linked to PSG and FC Barcelona for the next summer transfer window, Mohamed Salah has no intention of leaving Liverpool anytime soon, especially not during a turbulent period. The agent of the former Chelsea winger, who arrived in July 2017 from AS Roma for a fee of €42 million, spoke out to shed light on his client’s situation.
In an interview with Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Ramy Abbas strongly denied rumors about Salah‘s future, particularly concerning the speculation that he would leave if Liverpool failed to qualify for the next Champions League.
“This is nonsense. This subject has never been discussed or even considered. Not qualifying for the Champions League has never crossed our minds,” said Mohamed Salah’s agent. According to the latest news from CaughtOffside, PSG’s management reportedly never considered signing the Nagrig-born striker. In search of a top striker for next season, the Parisian club is said to be targeting a younger player than the 30-year-old Liverpool No. 11.