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Liverpool's decision shows they don't want Salah for more than one more season

Mohamed Salah's contract with Liverpool expires in 2023.  

Liverpool will not give in to Salah's demands.
Liverpool will not give in to Salah's demands.

Darwin Nunez has become Liverpool's record signing. He has surpassed what Van Dijk cost in his day. The Reds paid Benfica 75 million fixed and 25 million more in variables.

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The incorporation of Darwin Núñez is a strategic move of the Reds in the long term. They secure a natural goalscorer who can also serve as a wake-up call for Salah, adds 'Mirror'.

With his arrival, Liverpool are making it clear that they are not going to give in to Salah's demands, who is asking for around 22 million euros a year to renew his contract. The club refuses to pay him such a figure. Neither to him nor to anyone else, underlines the newspaper, because it is not in Anfield's wage policy.

Liverpool will stick to their guns

Thus, 'Mirror' points to his possible departure next summer. The Egyptian has already decided that he will remain at Liverpool this season, perhaps moved by the idea that the club will give in to his demands at the time. Nothing could be further from the truth.

At Liverpool, underlines 'Mirror', they are clear that they will not overstep any limits with Salah. They will offer him, as they have done so far, whatever they feel they can afford to pay him. If he refuses to accept the proposal, Liverpool will not put any objection and will let him leave even if it means that he does not leave a single euro in their coffers.

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