Liverpool: Mohamed Salah wants to stay at Anfield for rest of career

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Mohamed Salah scored in nine of his last nine Liverpool games before going into Sunday's match with Manchester United.

Mohamed Salah said that he would like to spend the rest his career at Liverpool.

Since a 2017 34m transfer from Roma, the Reds forward from Egypt has scored 137 goals in 217 games, including 12 this season.

His current Liverpool contract expires at the end next season.

"It doesn’t depend on me but if you ask me I would love for it to last until the end of my football [career]. Salah said that it's not in my control, but it all depends on the club's wishes."

He said: "At this moment, I can't imagine myself ever playing against Liverpool. It's difficult, it's not something I want to talk about, but it would make my heart really sad."

Salah began his career in Al Mokawloon, his native country, and went on to work at Basel, Chelsea and Fiorentina before joining the Reds.

Liverpool play Manchester United in Sunday's Premier League. Salah is looking for a 10th consecutive goal in that game.