Liverpool FC news recap: Salah set to STAY, Trent CONTRACT, Quansah heading to EURO 2024?

Mohamed Salah appears to have confirmed his future as talk continues around a move to Saudi Arabia this summer.

According to the Guardian, Salah is one of the top targets for the Saudi league this summer. Alisson Becker joins him in that.

But it sounds as though the Egyptian is staying. That's certainly what his latest social media post sounds like.

"We know that trophies are what count and we will do everything possible to make that happen next season,” Salah wrote on Twitter/X last night. "Our fans deserve it and we will fight like hell."

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Trent will 'wait and see' over contract

Trent Alexander-Arnold is taking a ‘wait and see’ approach to a new Liverpool contract with uncertainty over the Reds’ prospects for next season under Arne Slot. 

That’s according to Conor Coady, who relayed his concerns that unless Liverpool can convince the superstar they can fight for trophies on a regular basis, Alexander-Arnold might consider his options, having been so close to Klopp.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold Jurgen Klopp

Trent Alexander-Arnold Jurgen Klopp

Quansah: From League One to the brink of Euro 2024

Having started the season as fifth-choice centre-back, not only has Jarell Quansah ended up as Virgil van Dijk’s partner on a regular basis, he is now one of four Liverpool players called up by Gareth Southgate for his initial 33-man squad for Euro 2024.

This caps an incredible rise for the defender playing in League One last season.

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Curtis Jones replaces Jordan Henderson in Euros squad

Liverpool will see a current player replace a former one as Gareth Southgate announced his provisional England squad for Euro 2024.

Former Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson won't be in Gareth Southgate's provisional England squad this summer - his place has gone to Curtis Jones.

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Diogo Jota discovers Euros fate

Liverpool striker Diogo Jota was a surprise inclusion in the Portugal squad for the upcoming European Championship despite recent injury trouble. 

Overall, the Reds have 10 players heading to the Euros.

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Arne Slot's final message to Feyenoord fans

Arne Slot delivered his final message to Feyenoord fans ahead of his move to Liverpool, saying he hoped they understood why he felt it 'difficult to ignore' the approach.

"It is certainly not an easy decision to close the door behind you at a club where you have experienced so many beautiful moments and worked successfully with so many nice people," he said.

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Rafa Benitez has advice for Slot

Former Reds boss Rafa Benitez has shared some important advice for incoming Liverpool manager Arne Slot. 

"Liverpool have seen qualities in Arne that they like," he went on to say. "My biggest advice to him or to any manager is he must be himself while understanding the culture of the club and the city he is coming to work."

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Slot RIDICULED for bizarre kick-off routine

Hilarious footage has emerged of new Liverpool head coach Arne Slot booting the ball high into the sky directly from kick-off during his playing days for PEC Zwolle. 

‘What an idiot!’, critics used to say, but there was actually a method to his madness, according to the coach’s close friend Gerald van den Belt.

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Journalist 'certain' Liverpool like electric winger

Liverpool may have found their next winger - and he could cost them under £40m.

Journalist Rik Elfrink, who covers PSV Eindhoven for Eindhovens Dagblad, is 'certain' that Liverpool are one of the clubs watching Johan Bakayoko.

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