Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool in 'really good' contract talks with Mo Salah

Jurgen Klopp reveals Liverpool are having ‘really good conversations’ with Mo Salah over a new deal to keep him at Anfield long-term… despite the Egyptian so far failing to commit his future

  • Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah’s contract at the club expires in 18 months 
  • The Egyptian star has so far failed to put pen to paper on a new deal at Anfield 
  • But Reds manager Jurgen Klopp insisted he doesn’t mind at all when Salah signs 

Jurgen Klopp has claimed Liverpool are enjoying ‘really good conversations’ over a new contract with Mohamed Salah, despite the current impasse. 

The Reds’ star forward is in the form of his life, with 22 goals in 23 appearances in all competitions so far this season, and is widely considered to be one of the best players in the world. 

Despite Salah’s deal expiring in 18 months, Klopp told Sky Sports negotiations were going well.

Liverpool are having ‘really good conversations’ with star Mohamed Salah over a new contract

Reds manager Jurgen Klopp (pictured) has claimed talks with the Egyptian are going well 

He said: ‘We are in really good conversations.

‘I want it to happen, but when? I couldn’t care less.’ 

Salah is currently thought to be happy and settled at Liverpool, but wants to see the club demonstrate ambition to keep winning trophies by refreshing their squad with major new signings.

Salah is one of the most in-form players in world football, with 22 goals in 23 games this season

The 73-cap international will also want any prospective new contract to reflect his status  

The 29-year-old said in October: ‘If you ask me, I would love to stay until the last day of my football career, but I can’t say much about that – it’s not in my hands. It depends on what the club want, not on me.

‘At the moment I can’t see myself ever playing against Liverpool. It’s hard, I don’t want to talk about it, but it would make me really sad. At the moment I don’t see myself playing against Liverpool but let’s see what will happen in the future.’ 

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