Transfer Talk: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah wants big pay raise to stay at Anfield

The top European leagues have closed the summer transfer window! Many clubs waited until the very last minute to complete their transfers after a busy summer of international football. Check out our evaluation of the most important signings and all the deals. The window will close in January but that doesn't mean that rumors won't continue to circulate.
TOP STORY: Salah wants new 500,000 per-week contract

The Mirror reports that Mohamed Salah would like to make a new deal for Liverpool by spending 500,000 per week.

The contract, worth 200,000 per weekly, is still in effect for the 29-year old. After 99 Premier League goals, the Egypt international wants terms to better reflect his contribution on the pitch.

Jurgen Klopp's side has extended a number contract terms over the summer, after Ibrahima Konate was the club's only transfer window signing. However, the terms reported would not be in the club's business model.

Salah currently shares the second-highest earning spot with Thiago alcantara. This is behind Virgil van Dijk who earns 220,000 per semaine. The negotiations could get more intense as Salah proves to be an indispensable player since his arrival at Anfield in 2017.

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