Liverpool transfer news LIVE: Mohamed Salah contract demands; £255k per week claims

Liverpool transfer news LIVE: Mohamed Salah contract demands; £255k per week claims

LIVERPOOL transfer news is coming in thick and fast and Express Sport is on hand to bring you all the very latest from Anfield.
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Well this needs to be filed in the ‘outlandish’ transfer rumour section.

Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants Real Madrid to sign Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah.

The ex-Chelsea ace has been tipped to quit Anfield at the end of the season, with Real Madrid tracking the winger.

And according to Spanish news outlet Don Balon, Real superstar Ronaldo has backed their move for Salah.

They say the Portugal international wants the Liverpool forward to replace Gareth Bale at the Bernabeu this summer.

Ronaldo reckons a front three of himself, Salah and Karim Benzema would be enough to challenge Barcelona in La Liga.
Mohamed Salah demands

Mohamed Salah wants a bumper pay rise to quit Liverpool for Real Madrid.

Real Madrid are keen to land the winger, 25, with club president Florentino Perez desperate to sign a new Galactico.

And according to Spanish news outlet Diario Gol, Salah has issued his transfer demands to Real.

They reckon the ex-Chelsea ace, who is keen to join Real, wants a bumper pay rise if he heads to the Bernabeu.

Salah currently pockets around £90,000-a-week at Anfield under Jurgen Klopp, however, the Reds are hoping to tie down their star man with a new deal.

Diario Gol reckon Salah wants around £13m-per-year at Real, which would see him earn £255,000-per-week.

And Perez is said to be seriously considering paying up to land the Egypt star this summer.

However, Diario Gol add that Real captain Sergio Ramos has told club chiefs he wants a pay rise if they give in to Salah’s demands.

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