Four key Liverpool players in the scope for summer extensions including Mo Salah

A big summer awaits Liverpool as they leave the Jurgen Klopp era, but which current players will sign extensions this summer?
Mohamed Salah, Liverpool
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1. Mo Salah

The Egyptian star will see his current contract expire in the summer of 2025. Mo Salah has three more Premier League matches to ensure that he does not record his lowest Premier League goal contribution total yet. However, context should be given that Salah will be recording his lowest matches played total for a Premier League season since joining Liverpool.

It is hard to describe what direction the club and Salah will head. He is undoubtedly still a top contributor for Liverpool and, at his best, is unstoppable. Perhaps tensions between the player and club have risen, as seen by Salah and Klopp's argument on the London Stadium touchline on April 27th. It would not be a massive shock to see the two parties go in different directions as Liverpool enters into a new era, post-Klopp, with a new sporting director, Richard Hughes.

Many will remember that last summer, Saudi side Al-Ittihad was willing to offer up to £200m for the services of Mo Salah, with Liverpool ultimately not entertaining a deal at all. Could this be a conversation to return this upcoming summer transfer window? It might not be far-fetched if Liverpool were not prepared to engage in extension talks with the 31-year-old winger. It should be noted that with just a year left on his contract, the fee any team will be willing to play will not be reflective of the true value Salah can still provide. Undoubtedly, this will be an interesting story to watch in the summer as Richard Hughes and the CEO of Football, Michael Edwards, decide on the future of Mo Salah at Anfield.