Mohamed Salah sends transfer signal to Thomas Tuchel admits Stamford Bridge summer return

Mohamed Salah sends transfer signal to Thomas Tuchel admits Stamford Bridge summer return

Liverpool winger, Mohamed Salah has sent a transfer signal to Chelsea admitting summer moves

However,  Salah could sensationally quit Liverpool but STAY in the Premier League, according to reports.

The 29-year-old has just one season left on his Anfield contract.

There have been no face-to-face talks over a new deal between Salah’s representatives and the club in SIX MONTHS, according to The Athletic.

Salah’s agent is said to have flown to Miami to meet Liverpool chiefs in December for talks.

But the parties were worlds apart when it came to the figures.

Salah is fully committed to Liverpool for the 2022-23 campaign, but there is a real possibility that he could leave for nothing in 12 months.

And if he fails to agree on terms with the Reds, it’s claimed Salah would prefer to stay in the Premier League than move overseas.

That, in all likelihood, would see Salah jump ship and join one of Liverpool’s ‘Big Six’ rivals.

Salah spent a miserable two-year spell with Chelsea, scoring twice in just 19 appearances for the club.

The Egyptian King wants a 15 percent increase to his current deal – currently worth around £200,000-a-week.

It’s believed he would become the sixth-highest paid player in the world if Liverpool give in to his terms.

But with radio silence regarding a new contract for the entirety of this year, fellow Prem clubs are sure to be on red alert.

The Athletic go on to report that Salah is open to penning a new two-year deal at Anfield, rather than a long-term contract.

But the current claimed that the deal could be cut off as Salah is open to leave

Chelsea is among Premier League monitoring his situation at Liverpool

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