A record offer for Salah is the largest in the English Premier League

The American television network ESPN reported that Liverpool will present a record offer to its star, Mohamed Salah, in the hope of extending his contract.

The current contract of Salah, 29, expires in 2023, and Liverpool is striving to extend it as soon as possible to preserve its top scorer.

The network stated that Liverpool would offer Salah the largest salary in the English Premier League.

They indicated that the English club will give Salah, according to the new contract, 500,000 pounds per week.

Mohamed Salah topped the list of the 10 most expensive players in the English Premier League, after the decrease in the marketing value of many Premier League stars recently.

This came, according to the statistics published by the global “Transfer Market” website.

The marketing value of the English Premier League players has recently witnessed many changes, as it witnessed a decrease in the value of some stars compared to the increase in the marketing value of others.

The marketing value of Mohamed Salah did not change, as it remained the same 100 million euros, while the value of Harry Kane, the Tottenham star, who was unique in the list of the most expensive in the Premier League, decreased.

Mohamed Salah shares the top 10 list of players in terms of marketing value in the English Premier League, with Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku, which came as follows:

1- Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 100 million euros.

2- Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 100 million euros.

3- Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea) – 100 million euros.

4- Belgian Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 90 million euros.

5- Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 90 million euros.

6- Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – 85 million euros.

7- Jadon Sancho (Manchester United) – 85 million euros.

8- Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – 85 million euros.

9- Phil Foden (Manchester City) – 85 million euros.

10. Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) – 80 million euros.


Arab Observer

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