Liverpool are struggling to make Mo Salah sign a new deal and if things don’t work out, the winger is open to joining Barcelona or PSG.
Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Salah is ready to sign a new deal but he will do it on his own terms and this is proving to be the major stumbling block for Liverpool right now.
As per Romano, talks have broken down since December and if he does not sign a new contract soon then Liverpool will look to sell him during the upcoming summer transfer window.
Mo Salah is currently one of the best wingers in world football and if he decides to leave at the end of the summer then both Barcelona and PSG are surely expected to be amongst the interested sides.
Will Barcelona and PSG be good destinations for Mo Salah?
Barcelona have turned things around under Xavi and the way they are playing right now, anyone will love to be a part of that team.
Arsene Wenger on Mo Salah:
“£400,000-a-week? Look, every situation is different and separate. You have to look at the medical record of the player. Never misses a game. You would do it.” #awlive [bein sports] pic.twitter.com/FFlGETQoeE
— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) March 14, 2022
Barca will very easily qualify for the Champions League and there’s also a chance that they will win the Europa League at the end of this season and if Mo Salah decides to leave Liverpool then Barcelona will definitely come calling.
PSG had another disappointing European season and to make matters worse they will also lose Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid. This means the French side will look to sign a few more superstars in the summer and Mo Salah can be the perfect fit.
If Liverpool put the winger up for sale then there’s no doubt that both Barcelona and PSG will launch bids for the Egyptian.
Will Man City also come calling for Mo Salah?
A recent rumour had claimed that Mo Salah will want to remain in the Premier League if he decides to leave Liverpool and most experts believe Man City might be his next destination.
Alphonso Davies wants to see Mo Salah get his money 🤑 pic.twitter.com/QTvp2gTPpC
— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) March 13, 2022
Man City are the only side that will be an upgrade for the winger and if he really wants to remain in England then there’s no doubt Pep Guardiola will ask his owners to make a move.
Liverpool will not want to sell a player like Mo Salah to Manchester City but since he will have only one year left on his current deal, the Anfield outfit will not have much of a say. The only way out for them is if a team like Barcelona or PSG outbids Manchester City.