Mohamed Salah ends the controversy over his fate with Liverpool

Mohamed Salah indirectly announced that he will remain with Liverpool next season and will not leave despite the tempting offers he receives from Saudi League clubs.

The Egyptian international’s contract with Liverpool is still extended until the summer of 2025, and before the Reds are ready to sell him if he receives a large financial offer to benefit from his successor.

But Salah posted a tweet on the “X” website in which he promised Liverpool fans to fight for all the championships next season, which means that he will not leave Anfield, as was rumored.

“We know that championships are what matters, and we will try to do everything in our power to achieve that next season,” the 31-year-old wrote.

He also added, “Our fans deserve this from us. We will fight for all the championships next season.”

This news coincides with what one of the fans published about his meeting with Salah’s agent, Rami Abbas, and his assurance to him that his client will not leave Liverpool, regardless of the offers on his table.

In this case, it is expected that Liverpool will begin renewal negotiations with Salah for another year or two instead of him leaving for free in the summer of 2025.