According to former club legend Jimmy Carragher, the Reds needs the Egyptian Mohammed Salah to be where other top clubs are in the football world. Carragher says Salah is free from injury and readily available every week for selection.
Carragher says Salah deserves new contract from his club and with his performance, it is right for him to be the highest paid player in the Premier League. He insisted that the Egypt international contract situation needs to be solved on time to give the player humble time on the pitch.
Salah had a wonderful last season. He scored 22 Premier League goals that were enough to see him finish as the second top scorer behind Tottenham Hosptur striker Harry Kane.
The Red's forward has started well this campaign as he look to finish on the top and help his club in lifting this season PL title. Ours is to wait and see where Liverpool will be at the end of the season as they continue to negotiate new contract with Salah's representatives.
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