Salah has netted 23 goals and provided nine assists across all competitions this season.
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is reportedly demanding a high wage of around £400,000 per week to keep him at Anfield. His contract will expire at the end of next season.
This report came from Chris Bascombe and Mike McGrath at The Telegraph, and it claims that Salah is looking for the club to recognise the importance of his contributions.
The Egypt international is going through a dream phase of his career and he stands at the top in leading goal-scorers of the Premier League.
The 29-year-old has netted 23 goals and provided nine assists in 26 games across all competitions. He is potentially the best player in Premier League right now.
Salah set to join beloved No.9 Bobby Firmino in turning 30 in mid-June. Liverpool will figure out the future perspective around him.
If 30 seems an unlikely point of decline for the Egyptian, it would then arguably be the height of stupidity to hold off on supplying his demands. Klopp is impressed with him but Reds will also follow the financial system of the club.