Liverpool leader Jurgen Klopp’s cheerful forward Mohamed Salah will sign a new agreement at the club.

The star is enjoying an excellent season and is the Premier League’s top striker with 13 goals.

Salah, joined the LFC in 2017 and his current deal ends in 18 months.

“We’re talking – and extending the contract for a player like Mo is not one where you meet for a cup of tea and find an agreement in the afternoon,” stated Klopp.”

He appended: “Mo is fine, I’m fine. What we all want is clear. Things like this take time.”

“I think what we all want is clear things. It needs time, that is it.”

Liverpool faced AC Milan in their final Champions League group game on Tuesday, with Klopp’s squad having already qualified for the knockout stage.

Salah has striked in each of Liverpool’s past six away games in Europe but Klopp would not say whether the forward will start facing the Italians.

“I cannot change all the line-up,” he said. “We need players on the pitch so I can’t rotate and start with nine, that’s not possible.”

“We will see if Mo plays or not and if he plays or scores or not, but the players are very understanding about the situation. We want to field the best possible side for the situation we are in.”

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