Mohamed Salah is releasing a new contract but admits disappointment Liverpool

Mohamed Salah has said he wants to extend his Liverpool contract after declaring he wants to break “every record in the club”.

But the Egyptian has an open mind about his future after refusing to sign a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona’s La Liga title rivals.

The 28-year-old has been in goal-scoring form this season with 14 goals in 20 goals and has netted in each of Liverpool’s last four games.

Earlier this month, Salah broke Steven Gerrard ‘s record for most Champions League goals for Liverpool, one of several landmarks he has reached since arriving at Anfield in the summer of 2017.

And the promotion has stated that he wants to be around to set more standards when asked how long he wanted to stay with the Reds.

“That’s sad, but right now I can say that everything is in the hands of the club,” Salah said.

“Of course I want to break records here, every record in the club, but everything is in the hands of the club.

“I think I’ve broken a few records, I wish I could break every record for the club, that would be nice.

“But the team comes first before any record. But as good as you keep breaking records and winning games, that’s great too.”

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But Salah did not stop from managing a move out to two of Spain’s top sides in an interview with Spanish news agency AS.

“I think Madrid and Barcelona are the main clubs,” he said.

“We never know what’s going to happen in the future, but for now I’m aiming to win the Premier League and Champions League again with my club. “

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Entering this weekend’s matches, Salah stood together at the top of the Premier League goal-scoring charts alongside Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Tottenham Hotspur’s Heung-Min Son with 11 goals.

Asked if he could claim the third Golden Boot in four years, he replied: “I don’t know. I don’t want to say that for now.

“But, yeah, I’m always trying to set goals to help the team win the game. There’s a good chance of being the third-time main winner again.

“But the most important thing is to win something, to win the big prizes with the team. That’s the most important thing.”

Salah admitted, however, that he was upset that he was being looked for as a captain in a Champions League deadweight rubber against FC Midtjylland last week when Trent Liverpool-Arnold were side-lined by Liverpool. which had changed dramatically.

“Honestly, I was really disappointed,” he said. “I was supposed to be a captain. But it’s a manager’s decision, so I accept it.”