Mohamed Salah is likely to sign a new contract at Liverpool to stay at Anfield, as no other club can ‘afford him’.

That’s according to journalist Gianluca di Marzio, who says the big clubs simply aren’t interested in the Egyptian star.

Salah is currently in the form of his life for Liverpool, with 12 goals in 11 games in all competitions and a series of sensational performances under his belt.

His displays have put him firmly in the discussion to be the best player in the world, and that has sparked concerns about his future at Anfield.

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His currently deal with Liverpool expires in 2023, meaning Liverpool will be forced to sell next summer or risk losing him on a free transfer the following year.

Talks are underway over an extension, but it’s believed Salah and Liverpool are at something of an impasse as he wants mammoth wages to stay on Merseyside.

Di Marzio sees no problems, though, as the clubs who would be interested in the forward can’t afford him.

“I think he will sign a new contract with Liverpool,” he told Wett Freunde.

“No other club can afford him. No other club needs that position. Barcelona have no money. I think Real Madrid will get Mbappe. PSG have Neymar and Messi. In Italy, nobody.

“He will decide his future if he wants to stay there and continue his great goal scoring performance at Liverpool.

“He will sign; otherwise there will be problems for the club if he wants to leave.”