The 29-year-old enjoyed another outstanding season with the Premier League giants, lifting the domestic cup double, reaching the Champions League final and missing out on the league title by a single point.
Salah ended the season with 33 goals for club and country after also helping Egypt reach the Africa Cup of Nations final.
However, after five years at Anfield, Salah’s future is the subject of intense speculation and his refusal to sign a new contract has only fueled suspicion.
Ahead of the Champions League final in Paris a week ago, the former Roma striker confirmed his intention to stay at Liverpool whether he signs a new contract or not.
He said: “In my eyes, I’m not concentrating on the contract. I don’t want to be selfish at all. I said two months ago it’s about the team. It’s an important week for us.
“I’m just concentrating on the team and winning the Champions League again. I want to see Hendo [Jordan Henderson] with the trophy in his hands and hopefully he’ll give it to me.
“I don’t want to talk about the contract now, I’ll definitely stay next season, that’s clear.”
Should Salah see the remaining 12 months of his contract, he will be available for free in June 2023 and Barcelona are in pole position to sign the prolific winger, according to the Mirror.
Barcelona head coach Xavi has begun to turn the tide of the ailing Catalan giants after his appointment mid last season.
Robert Lewandowski will join from Bayern Munich next month, while Barcelona are increasingly confident of winning the race to sign Ruben Neves from Wolves ahead of Arsenal and Manchester United.
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