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Jürgen Klopp could have left
Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has said he could have left Liverpool multiple times for Bayern Munich but opted to stay at Anfield and has now extended his contract until 2026.
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‘I could have gone to Bayern several times’, Klopp mentioned. “I could have won more titles in my life, pretty sure I would say, but I didn’t.
“I had a contract here and I never went to Bayern. It’s very good. The world is not full of winners, I hope the world is full of tries. And I try and sometimes I win with other people together. I’m happy with that.”
Liverpool will look to lift another trophy later today against Chelsea at Wembley in the FA Cup final.
Mohamed Salah contract
Liverpool set to start new talks with Mohamed Salah over new contract at Anfield, claim Football Insiderwith a so-called close agreement.
The report says Liverpool are ready to offer Salah a four-year deal that would make him the club’s highest-paid player, but the Egyptian has given in on his ‘demands for half a million a week’.
Sadio Mane is also in line for talks this summer, with reports linking him with a move to Bayern Munich this week. It is claimed that Senegal’s representatives have been in contact with the Bundesliga side and Julian Nagelsmann would like to sign him.
Liverpool ‘will join race for free transfers’
Liverpool and Chelsea have both joined the race to sign Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah on a free transfer this summer, according to 90 minutesthe young striker due to leave the Emirates at the end of his contract.
West Ham United, Newcastle United, Everton and Crystal Palace are also said to be keen on the 22-year-old striker, who would like to move on and get more regular minutes despite his indentation in recent weeks.
If Nketiah wants regular football, leaving Arsenal for liverpool (or Chelsea for that matter) wouldn’t make sense, although the Reds could have scouted some cheap talent that they could have for a few seasons before moving on to a big profit.