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Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp Forced To Step In As Liverpool board Debate Over Salah deal

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reportedly been putting “huge” tension on the club’s board to get a new deal documented for star player Mohamed Salah.

The Egypt international has been in tremendous form at the start of this season, and Liverpool could do with tying him down to more of a long-term contract as his current deal expires in 2023.

The Reds board is notoriously cautious about spending too much on signings or contracts, however, and Football Insider reports that Klopp seems to have been forced to step in and urge them to stop dithering.

Liverpool fans will surely be thrilled to see Klopp doing his bit to apply pressure in this situation, with maintaining a world-class player like Salah surely worth it, even if it means smashing the club’s current wage hierarchy.

Of course, the Merseyside giants have had a lot of accomplishments with their current model, but it would be unwise for them to rest on their laurels, as it would surely cost them a fortune to replace someone like Salah anyway.

 

Liverpool Mohammed SalahMoreover, the danger of big spenders like Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea is not going away, while Newcastle can now be added into the mix as well following their recent takeover. 

If Liverpool isn’t careful, they could quickly be overtaken and risk undoing all the fine work done by Klopp since he took the job.

Liverpool certainly owes it to the German tactician to give him the best logical squad to work with, and that means doing everything possible to ensure Salah doesn’t end up going to one of a long list of other elite clubs who’d happily have him.

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