That’s according to the player’s agent Ramy Abbas Issa who claims rumours linking his client with a move to the Middle East are unfounded.
Al-Ittihad are reportedly prepared to test Liverpool’s resolve with a £60 million proposal while offering Salah a two-year deal worth a staggering £155m in wages.
However, the player’s agent has taken to his Twitter account to clear the air and reaffirm his client’s commitment to the Liverpool project.
“If we considered leaving LFC this year, we wouldn’t have renewed the contract last summer,” he said. “Mohamed remains committed to LFC.”
Salah continued his remarkable goalscoring form for Liverpool last season, bagging 30 goals and 16 assists in 51 appearances across all competitions.
The 31-year-old netted 19 goals and provided 12 assists in 38 Premier League games as Liverpool finished fifth to miss out on Champions League qualification.
Salah apologised to the supporters following last season’s disappointment but looks ready to tackle the new campaign head-on if his pre-season form is anything to go by.
The former Chelsea and AS Roma man has demonstrated his creative prowess during the pre-season notching one goal and six assists in four games.
Salah has scored 186 goals in 305 appearances during his six-year stay at Anfield and is now on course to surpass the 200-goal landmark for Liverpool this season.
He will be crucial to Liverpool’s cause, with a top-four finish touted as the bare minimum as the Reds look to right the wrongs of the previous campaign.
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