Egyptian forward, Mo Salah who plays for Liverpool, has denied the possible extension at the club. Salah’s current deal with Liverpool will expire in 2023 but the footballer has said that no one from the club has discussed about extending the contract.
Earlier, Salah hinted that he could move to Spanish football with Barcelona and Real Madrid as the possible destinations.
"No one is talking to me about that, so I can't say much about that.
"No one in the club is talking to me about anything so I do not know," Salah told to Sky Sports
Salah, who joined the club from Roma in 2017, has made 193 appearances for the club, scoring 120 goals in all competitions.
In another development, Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted that Virgil van Dijk cannot be rushed back into the team. He said that Dijk’s recovery and return to full fitness will determine whether he can play for the Netherlands in Euro 2020 or not.
Virgil underwent knee surgery in October and Klopp believed that the European tournament will be too early for him to return.
Netherlands coach Frank de Boer also is not sure about Virgil van Dijk's fitness but added that it will be a massive bonus if he is fit to play.
When asked who will decide if Van Dijk can play at the Euros, Klopp said: "Virgil's knee. I don't want to hold him back, but you can't force it as well.
"You can't after 10-11 months out, train a week and play football. That's just not possible, it shouldn't be possible.
"Nobody holds him back, I can promise all the people in the Netherlands or wherever. But we can't force it as well and we'll not. We speak about a player and his career."
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