Salah says he’s not satisfied with breaking Liverpool’s record

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Salah says he’s not satisfied with breaking Liverpool’s record

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has revealed. He wants to keep breaking records. After scoring the winning goal in last night’s Premier League win over Brentford.

The winning goal scored by the 30-year-old in his latest game took him to his 100th goal at Anfield and netted in nine consecutive games at the stadium. Considered to create a new history for the club is completed.

However, Salah after the game. That he still wanted to keep breaking club records. While playing for Liverpool.

“This is what makes me proud. I work hard and everyone knows that. everyone has seen it. I have the urge to keep breaking records. keep scoring goals and keep winning continuously This is what matters.”

“It means a lot to me. I feel like this is home. i am very happy Hopefully. We can finish as best as we can. But as long as I keep scoring and winning That is the most important thing,” said Salah.

Mohamed Salah Contract 2023-22: How Much Does He Make A Week?

Mohamed Salah Contract 2023-22: Former Premier League champions Liverpool set to offer their star Mohamed Salah a new contract, according to reports. It will be proposed to extend for another 2023 years to keep the Egyptians at Anfield until 2025.

Mohamed Salah contract 2023-22

Mohamed Salah currently earns £200,000 a week. will earn in the range of £3,50,000 to £4,50,000 per week after he signs a new contract. This amount would make him the highest earner in the Liverpool team. Will reportedly overtake his team-mate Virgil van Dijk as Liverpool’s highest-paid player. After accepting a new contract

Liverpool, who won the Premier League in the 2019/20 season, have failed to repeat their performances next season. The Reds finished the 2023-21 season in third place and did not have any silverware to their name last season.

Liverpool’s last season, though, was uneven and poor quality. But is the only player. Who has kept up to his standards. Liverpool’s No.11 was the Premier League’s second top scorer last season with 22 to his name.