Mohamed Salah ideal for new Liverpool contract from 2024 Jurgen Klopp slams referee

Liverpool now prepare for their next Premier League game against Newcastle United as Jurgen Klopp’s side look to maintain their lead at the top of the table.The Reds have had a successful Christmas period so far.

They are unbeaten in all competitions with their last games coming against Manchester United, Arsenal, West Ham United and Burnley. Victory was confirmed on Boxing Day thanks to goals from Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunes and former Wolverhampton Wanderers player Diogo Lotta. United could have done a lot easier given the missed chances at Turf Moor as the likes of Mohamed Salah and Harvey Elliott were repeatedly frustrated in front of goal.

Mohamed Salah renews his contract with Liverpool until 2024The 2023/24 season has been off to an impressive start for the club, with a summer of investment proving its worth as the club now sit top of the Premier League. Despite the positive atmosphere surrounding the club at the moment, things can always get better and that is exactly what the fans and the club hierarchy can hope for.

With that in mind, reckons 2024 will be a good year for the Reds, with new signing of star man Mohamed Salah, transfer activity and Klopp’s commitments. An explanation for Liverpool’s two disallowed goalsEngland U21 international Harvey Elliott thought he had doubled Liverpool’s lead against Burnley on Boxing Day, but his goal was disallowed by VAR after Mohamed Salah was adjudged to have interfered with James Trafford in the Clarets’ goal.

According to the ECHO, Salah’s position in relation to Trafford’s eyes was crucial to Liverpool’s decision to disallow a goal after seeing Cody Gakpo’s goal disallowed for a foul on Darwin Nunez in the build-up. – consolation

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