Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has admitted that he has received no word as yet from the club about extending his contract.
Salah’s future has proved a topic of debate throughout the season, amid the Egyptian’s previous comments. The 28-year-old admitted disappointment in Jurgen Klopp in December and has held onto ties to Real Madrid and Barcelona. As such, some pundits have claimed that the Reds should let him go this summer.
However, others have said that they are staggered by calls for the forward to leave.
In any case, Salah will have two years left on his contract this summer and so is in a relatively calm position.
Asked by Sky Sports about his future once again, he said: “No one is talking to me about anything, I can’t say much about that.
“No one at the club talked to me about anything, so I don’t know.”
Salah has proved an unmissable figure in Klopp’s team since his arrival at Liverpool from Roma in 2017.
Indeed, he has scored the most goals of any Red in each of his three seasons. Furthermore, he will make it four in a row, having slotted 29 goals this term.
With his fantastic goal record, he has helped Liverpool to Champions League and Premier League glory.
However, the Egypt international says that he has the same silverware still on his mind.
Salah wants more trophies
“I want to win a Premier League again. I want to win a Champions League again,” he said.
“It is a great thing to win and I want to win it again and again. It is part of our job to win trophies.”
Despite the relative quiet over his future, Liverpool chiefs supposedly have a feeling that Salah could seek a move away from Anfield this summer.