Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian attacker, has offered the latest information on his future with Liverpool.
Salah has stated that his future with Liverpool is in the hands of the club's board of directors, and that he wishes to remain at Anfield.
The former Chelsea player's current deal with Liverpool expires in 18 months.
The 29-year-old is rumoured to be requesting salaries of roughly £350,000 per week, which would completely overhaul Liverpool's wage structure and make him the highest-paid player in club history.
However, Liverpool is concerned that paying the winger record salaries will lead to salary increases across the board, putting the club in a precarious financial position.
"I want to stay, but I don't have control over it." Salah told GQ, "It's in their hands."
"They know exactly what I'm looking for." I’m not asking for any crazy stuff. The problem is, when you ask for something and they demonstrate that they can provide it... it's because they value what you've done for the club.
"I've been here for the past five years. I'm pretty familiar with the club. I adore the spectators. My admirers adore me. However, the government has been informed of the issue. "It's in their hands," says the narrator.