Mohamed Salah says 'no one is talking about' new Liverpool contract yet

Egypt star's contract at Anfield is due to expire in 2023

Mohamed Salah revealed Liverpool have not discussed the possibility of a new contract with him yet.

The Egypt forward's current deal at Anfield is due to expire in 2023. Salah, 28, has been linked with Real Madrid and Barcelona after previously expressing his admiration for the Spanish giants but he insists his future has not been discussed.

"No one is talking to me about anything, so I can't say much about that,"  Salah told Sky Sports.

"No one in the club is talking to me about anything so I do not know."

Salah has scored 120 goals in 193 appearances for the Reds since his move from Roma in 2017.

The former Chelsea player has won both the Champions League and the Premier League with the Merseyside club.

He claims he is focused on winning those prizes again.

Salah said: "I said before that I want to win the Premier League again, I want to win the Champions League again.

"It's a great thing to win, I'm just trying to win it again and again and again because part of our job is we need to win trophies."

Earlier, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said that he is confident that failure to qualify for the Champions League would not have a major impact on his transfer plans.

Klopp was already resigned to having a reduced budget because of the financial impact of the coronavirus, regardless of where the champions finished in this season's Premier League.

Accounts published this week showed the Anfield club made a pre-tax loss of £46 million in the year ending May 2020 and there will be more financial pain to come.

While there will be some financial impact if six-time European champions Liverpool fail to finish in the top four, Klopp believes it will not make a huge difference to his plans.

"I don't think so, really," he said. "Playing Champions League obviously is massive, especially from a financial point of view for the club so it's really important."

The German added: "If we cannot make that, then that's not good. Definitely not. I don't think it will change anything because the situation was difficult before and it is difficult after.

"Football is in a difficult situation. I don't think it will change a lot."