After finally signing Mohamed Salah to a new long-term contract at Anfield, Liverpool can put their worries about losing the Egyptian to another team to rest. Now that the winger's future has been decided, Jurgen Klopp can turn his attention to other club objectives, and there are sure to be quite a few on the list.
Since Klopp had previously witnessed Sadio Mane leave for Bayern Munich this summer, it's safe to assume he was worried Salah may do the same. Since the 30-year-negotiations old's for a new contract have dragged on for some time, rumors have circulated that the Reds would even reluctantly permit the forward to depart during this transfer window rather than take the chance of losing him as a free agent in a year.
However, Salah's agreement to new terms, which would keep him in Merseyside until 2025 and make him the club's highest-paid player ever with reported salaries exceeding £350,000 per week, will be a significant relief for Klopp. The German may now give his attention to other things.
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