EPL Football SPORTS GIST TRANSFER MO SALAH DEMANDS WAGE RAISE BIGGER THAN CLUB’S PAY STRUCTURE TO REMAIN AT ANFIELD By Admin Posted on 3 weeks ago 1 min read 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Farouq Oduola A. According to the Sunday Mirror, if Mohamed Salah was to sign a new contract with Liverpool, he wants a pay rise that would put him on £500,000 per week. The 29-year-old’s contract, at £200,000 per week, has two years left on it, and after scoring 99 Premier League goals, the Egypt international wants terms that better reflect his value on the pitch. After Ibrahima Konate turned out to be the club’s lone signing of the transfer window, Jurgen Klopp’s side gave out a number of contract extensions over the summer, but the wage Salah is said to demand would be outside of the club’s wage structure. Salah, along with Thiago Alcantara, is the second highest paid, trailing only Virgil van Dijk, who gets £220,000 per week. And, with Salah proving to be an irreplaceable figure since his arrival at Anfield in 2017, the Reds are likely to be keen about not allowing him to enter the last year of his contract.