Salah exit rumours die down after Slot appointment

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Rumours of Mohamed Salah's possible departure from Liverpool have died down following the appointment of Arne Slot as the Reds' new manager. The Egyptian star is calm in his day-to-day life, with no concerns about his future.

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Mohamed Salah's contract with Liverpool expires in June 2025 and the right winger has been rumoured to leave Anfield at the end of this season. However, the Egyptian's plans seem to have changed and so has his team's coach.
Arne Slot, who will take charge of the Reds from 1st July, wants to keep the forward on board for his future plans with the English club. The two sides have apparently held talks about their futures and all indications are that Salah will remain at Liverpool next campaign.
The 31-year-old is said to have received several offers from Saudi Arabian clubs to secure his services as a new star in their league but the former Roma player is not willing to leave Europe for the time being.
Meanwhile, the Dutch manager and the Liverpool board are planning further summer reinforcements to boost the squad for next season as they return to Champions League football in September.