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'I'm sorry but it's time': Paul Merson issues claim about Salah at Liverpool amid rumour

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Paul Merson has called on Liverpool to pay Mohamed Salah whatever he wants in order to secure his long-term future.

Salah is into the final 18 months of his Liverpool contract and with no extension signed as of yet, it’s a worrying time for supporters of the Anfield outfit.



He told The Daily Star: “Liverpool need to offer Mo Salah whatever he wants to get him to stay at Anfield.



And former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson has encouraged to Liverpool to surrender to his demands, arguing that even a sale of £100 million would not enable them to sign an adequate replacement.



It has been reported that the Egypt international – who’s on Africa Cup of Nations duty right now – wants £400,000 per week if he commits his future to Merseyside [Telegraph].

• ‘It's in their hands’: Liverpool star has told FSG the next step in his career • ‘Intensify’: Carragher thinks something exciting could happen at Liverpool “If they’re happy now with regular Champions League football now they’ve won the league for the first time in decades, then they’ll save their cash.

But if they want to go on and dominate football like they did all those years ago, I’m sorry but it’s time to put your hand in your pocket.” Liverpool quite simply have to keep Salah at Anfield, no matter the cost.
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