MO SALAH wants £500k a week to extend his stay at Liverpool, according to reports.
The Egyptian, 29, only has two years remaining on his current deal.
And with reported interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, Jurgen Klopp is said to be anxious about keeping his star, report The Mirror.
Salah reportedly earns £200,000 a week but is said to be demanding a huge raise, one which would see him earn more than double Virgil van Dijk, the Reds' current highest earner.
The centre-back is paid £220,000 a week according to Sportrac, with Thiago also earning the same as Salah.
The Mirror add that there have been no signs of a forthcoming extension for Salah, despite Liverpool tying down a number of stars to new deals in recent weeks.
On deadline day captain Jordan Henderson signed a new four-year contract.
He follows van Dijk and Fabinho in putting pen to paper on deals this summer.
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Trent Alexander-Arnold and Alisson also committed their futures to the club in the off-season.
Liverpool are believed to be keen to enter negotiations with Salah and are willing to increase his salary.
But spending £500k a week on the forward would reportedly go against the club's wage structure, something they are unwilling to change.
As a result, Salah may have to lower his demands in order to secure an extension.
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