It appears that other players at Anfield are envious of Mosalah because he is now the highest-paid player there.
Former EPL player justifies Salah's high salaries
Liverpool's decision to pay Mohamed Salah a rumoured £350,000 per week for his new contract has been backed by a former Premier League player.
The international player from Egypt reportedly became the highest-paid player at Anfield after agreeing to a new long-term contract on Friday.
Yes, he now earns £350,000 per week, but keeping these players costs more if you want to compete with teams like Man City. According to talkSPORT, Bent stated that Virgil van Dijk might be the player to go next.
Despite the addition of Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz, it is still unclear how they will develop over the coming years. To get to that level, the new recruits will need to prove themselves.
Klopp: Salah now represents this club.
Additionally, Bent has predicted that the Egyptian forwards would score 20 goals in the Premier League this year.
He'll once again top 20 league goals next season. The records just keep falling for the guy; he's smashed the record for goals in a Premier League season and won the Golden Boot three times. Look at Salah's statistics; they are absurd.
He scored 32 goals in his debut season, followed by 22 the following season, 19 the following season, 22 again, and 23 the season before that. By the way, that's just in the Premier League. "What are you supposed to do with those numbers? Fantastic, simply fantastic.
Mohamed Salah Hamed Mahrous Ghaly, a professional football player from Egypt who currently captains the Egypt national team, was born on June 15, 1992. He plays as a forwards or on Liverpool's right wing in the Premier League. He is renowned for his finishing, dribbling, and speed. He is regarded as one of the best players in the world and among the greatest African players of all time.
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