The parties involved have negotiated a contract extension, but so far nothing has been agreed
Former Liverpool forward Steve McManaman insists the team should let their star, Mohamed Salah, go if he asks for too much money.
The captain of Egypt has been a key player for the Merseysiders since joining AS Roma, and it is suspected that negotiations on a new Reds agreement are underway, but Real Madrid and PSG are following the situation.
The former winger, who left the Reds for Real Madrid in 1999, is optimistic for Salah and the club will agree to a new contract.
“If he wants too much money and Liverpool can not afford it, they will have to let him go,” McManaman said. Independent.
‘If he wants half a million a week, it will not happen at Liverpool, but you hope he wants something the club can afford, and if that is the case, I would expect him to stay.
‘You can not pay ballistic wages to compete with PSG or Man City because they are financially in another world.
‘Someone else will show up next [for contract talks] and we’ve seen situations where one player gets a big pay raise and the next star player is upset and wants the same thing. It causes chaos in the team.
‘You have to try to keep it covered somewhere.
‘We have just come out of a pandemic and every big club has lost more than £ 100 million and you can not go crazy.
“Yes, pay him what he’s worth, I have no problem with that. He’s a brilliant player, pay him what he’s worth. But if he wants to double his salary, you can not do that. You have to be especially wise be in these difficult financial times. ”
Former Reds striker John Aldridge believes the club should sort out salah’s future in the coming weeks, and if that does not happen, a big decision will have to be made.
‘You can not let it go for up to a year [left] on his contract, which they did with Gini Wijnaldum and he found out, ”Aldridge told the same portal.
“From a football perspective and a fan perspective, Liverpool need to do something. It’s a game of cards and the players keep all the aces in. If you let them get in the position with a year left, you’ll be beaten first. the card game.
“Liverpool need to keep all their best players, and he’s one of them.
“I wonder how much money football players want at the end of their careers? I wonder how much money people need to be happy, and that sometimes borders on greed, but some players are very, very greedy.
“Liverpool need to sort out Salah’s future in the coming weeks, and if he is not going to sign a new deal, a big decision will have to be made about what happens next.”