sport news Liverpool 'MUST give Mo Salah what he wants' with bumper new contract

sport news Liverpool 'MUST give Mo Salah what he wants' with bumper new contract
sport news Liverpool 'MUST give Mo Salah what he wants' with bumper new contract
Liverpool 'MUST give Mo Salah what he wants' with bumper new contract and should not be worried about potential dressing room fall-out over pay, insists Robbie Fowler Robbie Fowler believes Mp Salah's new contract will unite the dressing room Fowler has also rubbished claims that the players could fall out over his pay His contract expires in 2023 and a £500,000-a-week deal is being discussed It would make him the best-paid player in the club's history, eclipsing Van Dijk

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Robbie Fowler believes Mohamed Salah's new contract at Liverpool will unite the dressing room. The former striker has also rubbished claims that the players could fall out over his pay. 

Salah's current contract at the club is set to expire in 2023 and it is believed a £500,000-a-week deal is being discussed. Should such terms be agreed, Salah would become the best-paid player in the club's history, eclipsing Vigil Van Dijk's new £220,000-a-week contract.

However, Fowler does not believe this will cause a problem in the Liverpool camp as he claims a 'world-class' talent deserves a record-breaking deal. 

Robbie Fowler believes Mo Salah's new contract at Liverpool will unite the dressing room

Robbie Fowler believes Mo Salah's new contract at Liverpool will unite the dressing room

The former striker has also rubbished claims that the players could fall out over his pay

The former striker has also rubbished claims that the players could fall out over his pay

Speaking to The Mirror, Fowler said: 'Mo Salah is, without question, world class. And, in my opinion, there won’t be one ­dissenting voice in the Liverpool dressing room over the Egyptian being rewarded with a new ­contract that will make him the club’s highest earner. 

'Of course, there have been instances in ­dressing rooms in the past where some

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