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Salah: I want to stay but it's up to Liverpool

Mohamed Salah says that it is up to Liverpool to decide his future but he wants to spend the rest of his career with the club.

Salah, 29, has a little under two years left on his current contract, and is one senior player who Liverpool have yet to sign to a longer deal.

The Egypt international has 12 goals in 11 games for his side so far this season. They are currently second in the Premier League and could end the weekend top of the table if they beat local rivals Manchester United on Sunday.

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Speaking to Sky Sports, Salah said: “If you ask me, I would love to stay until the last day of my football career, but I can’t say much about that – it’s not in my hands.

“It depends on what the club want, not on me.

At the moment I can’t see myself ever playing against Liverpool. That would make me sad. It’s hard, I don’t want to talk about it, but it would make me really sad.

“At the moment I don’t see myself playing against Liverpool but let’s see what will happen in the future.”

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Salah’s club boss Jurgen Klopp recently called him ‘the best player in the world’ – a description the forward welcomes.

“It sounds great to me but I think it’s always opinion,” Salah said. “I can’t say I’m the best player in the world – some people agree, some people not.

“I’m just happy about my performance at the moment, but I would always say it’s opinion.

“It’s always the ambition to be the best player in the world. I don’t have to lie. It’s something that drives me to work really hard and just try to be the best version of myself.

“In my head, I’m the best player all the time. I’m trying to have that confidence in my head. It doesn’t matter if some people agree with you, some people not.”

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Bottas fastest in FP1, Hamilton second as Mercedes clear of rivals

Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas was fastest in FP1, ahead of his teammate Lewis Hamilton in second as the US Grand Prix got underway at the Circuit of the Americas in Texas.

The pair were well ahead of the rest of the pack, with current championship leader Max Verstappen almost a second behind. Bottas recorded a time of 1:34.874, and the reigning champion put down a time of 1:34.919.

Bottas, who is leaving the team at the end of the season, will incur a five-place grid penalty after taking his sixth engine of the season so far.

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There was plenty of drama further down the pack with several drivers finding themselves in the gravel. Alpine man Fernando Alonso brought a red flag early in the session as a precaution following technical problems, and he was eventually able to return to action with a working car.

Ferrari’s Monegasque Charles Leclerc also flew into the gravel after losing his rear and was fortunate not to collide with the barriers, and was lucky to be able to start again without assistance.

Late in the session, Sergio Perez and Mick Schumacher came together as the Spaniard thought he was being let through by the German, only for Schumacher to turn and make contact with his rival.

Bottas is not the only driver facing a penalty, as it was confirmed George Russell and Sebastian Vettel are taking fresh power units.

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Biennial World Cup proposal rejected by European Leagues

FIFA’s proposals for a biennial World Cup have been rejected by the European Leagues, which includes the Premier League and other British competitions in its membership.

Arsene Wenger had led a consultation on the future of football, and his report had suggested World Cups took place every two years, and the same schedule for continental competitions such as the European Championship.

On Thursday, league representatives spoke to Wenger to let him know their views, and FIFA has spoken to coaches of national teams this week.

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It now appears likely that the proposals will not gain enough support to be voted through, and FIFA has scheduled a global summit for December 20 where the body aims to provide a plan that has general support.

European Leagues reject FIFA plans for World Cup every two years

European Leagues managing director Jacco Swart said: “The proposal for a biennial World Cup and consequently, biennial continental tournaments, like for instance the UEFA tournaments, as well as both options which have been proposed by FIFA for the international release windows and the way FIFA proposed the mandatory rest period for players – all those proposals are rejected.”

Swart was concerned about the focus and economic importance of club football being reduced in favour of international football.

“The FIFA proposals from our point of view lead amongst other things from our point of view to a calendar shift from club football to national-team football,” he said. “And it leads to a severe shift of economic value from domestic to international competitions.”

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Peñaranda se rompe

Los servicios médicos de la Unión Deportiva Las Palmas confirman los malos presagios de Pepe Mel tras el partido ante el Lugo. Adalberto Peñaranda sufre una rotura fibrilar y se estima que estará fuera de los terrenos de juego entre 6 y 8 semanas. Lo que sitúa su vuelta alrededor de la primera quincena de diciembre.

Alcorcón, Real Sociedad B, Fuenlabrada, Oviedo, Zaragoza, Málaga, Leganés, Sporting y Amorebieta serían los rivales contra los que no podría participar el jugador venezolano de cumplirse los pronósticos médicos. Serían por tanto, solo de liga, entre 7 y 9 jornadas, a falta de las primeras rondas de la Copa del Rey que comienza a rodar el próximo noviembre.

Además de Peñaranda se espera la confirmación de los estados físicos de Jonathan Viera y Pejiño quienes tuvieron que ser sustituidos en el Anxo Carro y de Jesé Rodríguez que no fue de la partida por precaución. Por otro lado, se confía en que Sergio Ruiz esté en la fase final de la recuperación de la fractura en el pie derecho que sufrió ante el Ibiza.

Salah: I never want to leave Liverpool

Mohamed Salah would like to spend the rest of his career at Liverpool, but says his future “depends on the club”.

The club have agreed a raft of new deals with senior players this year but Salah, who has under two years left on his contract, is one whose longer-term future is yet to be tied down.

Negotiations have not affected the 29-year-old’s performances, with Salah scoring 12 goals in 11 club appearances this season, helping propel Liverpool to second in the Premier League ahead of this weekend’s Super Sunday clash with Manchester United.

Salah told Sky Sports: “If you ask me, I would love to stay until the last day of my football career, but I can’t say much about that – it’s not in my hands.

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah (PA)
Salah has less than two years remaining on his Liverpool contract

“It depends on what the club want, not on me.

“At the moment I can’t see myself ever playing against Liverpool. That would make me sad. It’s hard, I don’t want to talk about it, but it would make me really sad.

“At the moment I don’t see myself playing against Liverpool but let’s see what will happen in the future.”

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Watch more from Pat Davison’s exclusive interview with Mohamed Salah across Sky Sports platforms on Saturday morning and in the build-up to Man Utd vs Liverpool on Super Sunday.

Essential Football Podcast: Carra’s big-match preview

On the latest Essential Football Podcast, Pete Smith is joined by Jamie Carragher, Michael Bridge and Oliver Yew to preview another bumper weekend of Premier League action.

PART 1 | Jamie Carragher’s big Manchester United vs Liverpool preview

PART 2 | Michael Bridge on West Ham vs Spurs, and why Dele Alli my need a fresh start

PART 3 | Arsenal vs Aston Villa on Friday Night Football and Brighton vs Man City on Saturday Night Football: City look devastating again, Cole Palmer focus

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Ahead of their Super Sunday clash, take a look at some of the most dramatic and heated red cards between Manchester United and Liverpool in the Premier League.

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Steven Gerrard was sent off 38 seconds after coming off the bench as a Juan Mata double gave Manchester United a 2-1 victory over Liverpool in a dramatic encounter at Anfield.

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Paul Ince recalls what it was like to play for both Liverpool & Manchester United during his time as a player.

Follow all the build-up to Manchester United vs Liverpool across Sky Sports News and Sky Sports’ digital platforms, including exclusive interviews and expert insight.

Coverage will begin on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event from 4pm on Super Sunday, following West Ham vs Tottenham; kick-off 4.30pm. David Jones will be joined by Graeme Souness and Jamie Redknapp in the studio, with Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville on the gantry with Martin Tyler for co-commentary.

You can also follow all the action from Old Trafford across our dedicated live blog across Sky Sports’ digital platforms, including in-game clips and free match highlights shortly after full-time.

Watch all the post-match analysis and interviews on Sky Sports Premier League, plus read the latest features, pundit and manager reaction on and app.

F1 United States GP: Bottas leads dominant Mercedes 1-2 in FP1

2019 US GP winner Bottas edged out Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton by just four-hundredths of a second, while Max Verstappen was almost a second off the Finn’s time in third place.

The opening 10 minutes of FP1 at the Circuit of The Americas were largely lost to a red flag after Fernando Alonso came to a halt at Turn 12 on his installation lap. Alpine instructed Alonso to stop his car as a precaution, but managed to get him back out on-track later in the session.

Hamilton was able to set the early pace for Mercedes on soft tyres, but he was joined at the front of the order by Sergio Perez, who set some quick laps for Red Bull on hards.

Verstappen was able to take top spot briefly on softs with 20 minutes remaining in the session, but his time was comfortably beaten by Hamilton, who went nine-tenths of a second clear moments later.

But it was Bottas who would eventually come out on top as he set a fastest lap time of 1m34.874s on softs, giving him an initial buffer of two-tenths of a second to Hamilton in P2.

While Hamilton would later improve, his time put him 0.045s shy of Bottas’s benchmark, ensuring his team-mate remained fastest when the chequered flag came out.

Verstappen was able to improve his time, but finished the session 0.932 seconds off Bottas as Red Bull struggled to match Mercedes’ pace.

Bottas will be subject to a five-place grid penalty for Sunday’s race after Mercedes opted to fit his car with a new engine ahead of the race weekend.

Charles Leclerc recovered from an early spin between Turns 4 and 5 to end the session fourth for Ferrari, beating team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr by almost two-tenths of a second, with AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly following in sixth.

Perez ended the session seventh for Red Bull as his fastest time on hard tyres ended up being his best in FP1 after an effort on softs – almost one second quicker – was deleted for a track limits breach at Turn 9.

Fernando Alonso, Alpine A521, comes to a stop in FP1

Fernando Alonso, Alpine A521, comes to a stop in FP1

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Perez was also involved in a late incident with Mick Schumacher under braking into Turn 12, which is set to be investigated after the session. The two drivers made contact as Perez tried to pass up the inside at Turn 12. Perez called Schumacher an “idiot”, saying that he was “not looking in his mirrors”.

Lando Norris led McLaren’s efforts in eighth place, but saw his hopes of improving on a fresh softs fade at the final corner after locking up and flat-spotting his set of tyres.

Alfa Romeo drivers Antonio Giovinazzi and Kimi Raikkonen closed out the top 10 after both made late improvements in the session.

George Russell took 11th for Williams, having sat as high as seventh at one stage, while Esteban Ocon was left to complete the bulk of Alpine’s running after Alonso’s early issue.

But the Spaniard did return to the track eventually, finishing 15th behind the Aston Martin pair of Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel.

Daniel Ricciardo finished 16th for McLaren, lapping six-tenths of a second slower than Norris in the sister MCL35M car, while Nicholas Latifi also failed to match his team-mate’s pace at Williams as he ended the session 17th.

AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda wound up 18th in the final classification ahead of the Haas pair of Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin, who propped up the running order.

F1 United States GP free practice 1 results



Mohamed Salah wants to stay at Liverpool for remainder of career

Mohamed Salah has revealed he would like to stay at Liverpool for the remainder of his career, but says the decision is ultimately out of his hands.

The 29-year-old’s current contract expires in 2023, and sees Salah take home around £200,000-per-week in wages – making him one of the highest paid players at the club.

90min understands that talks are ongoing between Liverpool and Salah’s representatives over a new and extended deal, with the Reds looking to add their star man to a growing list of players who have signed new contracts.

Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and captain Jordan Henderson have already signed on the dotted line, and Salah has now revealed in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports that he can’t see himself playing anywhere else – although the decision over whether or not he stays is not solely down to him.

“If you ask me, I would love to stay until the last day of my football career, but I can’t say much about that – it’s not in my hands,” Salah said. “It depends on what the club want, not on me.

“At the moment I can’t see myself ever playing against Liverpool. That would make me sad. It’s hard, I don’t want to talk about it, but it would make me really sad.

“At the moment I don’t see myself playing against Liverpool but let’s see what will happen in the future.”

Salah has been in sensational form so far this season, and is arguably the best player in the world right now. He’s scored 12 times in just 11 games in all competitions – five of those coming in just three Champions League appearances – and is the joint-highest goalscorer in the Premier League, sitting alongside Jamie Vardy on seven.

The Egyptian was in inspired form in midweek, helping Liverpool down Atletico Madrid 3-2 at the Wanda Metropolitano, and now his eyes set on a huge clash against bitter rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.

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