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Carragher delighted with Salah's contract extension

Sat 02 July 2022 | 9:13

While the rumors indicated the possibility of Salah's presence in La Liga, he extended his contract with Liverpool yesterday.

Liverpool

legend Jamie Carragher praised the club's performance after signing

Mohamed Salah

's contract extension.

Last season, Salah managed to record the most goals (23 goals equal to Son Heung-min) and assists (13) and rumors indicated that he will not renew his contract and is looking to join another team. However he extended his contract with the Reds and now earns £350,000 a week from the Reds and will stay at the club until the 2024-25 season. Now Carragher claimed that he is sad about the departure of

Sadio Mane

from Liverpool, but he is delighted that Salah continues to play for the club.

"Losing Mane, it was sad to see that front three break up. Lots of Liverpool fans over the last few months were kind of resigned to the fact that Salah might see out the last 12 months of his contract and then move on. 

"Perhaps the club were not maybe prepared to go the numbers he wanted or he felt he deserved, and he would leave the club.

"But I think the fact that Origi has moved on and Mane has moved on, and Liverpool have brought in maybe one attacking player who is on similar sorts of wages [in Darwin Nunez]. I think the fact that two have gone and one has come in means that they could maybe get closer to the numbers Salah wanted.

"I think everyone is just delighted Salah has signed, and fingers crossed he produces over the next three years what he has produced over the last five years – and I am sure that he can."

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