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Sunday’s transfer rumors – Salah demands a huge salary from Liverpool

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The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.

Salah demands a huge salary from Liverpool

To avoid Mohamed Salah becoming a free agent in 2023 once his contract ends, Liverpool have begun talks for an extension. The Reds are keen to fend off rival transfer bids for their forward.

Keeping Salah will come at the price, though. The Egyptian has reportedly told Liverpool he wants £500,000 a week to extend his contract. He apparently earns over £200,000 a week on his current deal. [Mirror]

Falcao return to La Liga

Eight years after leaving Atletico Madrid, Radamel Falcao is back in La Liga.

The Colombian forward has joined Rayo Vallecano on a free transfer from Galatasaray. ‘El Tigre’ terminated his contract in Turkey on Wednesday and has now signed a deal in Spain until next summer.

Tottenham target Traore in Wolves contract talks

Contract talks between Adama Traore and Wolves have started again now that the transfer window is closed.

Tottenham made a late loan offer for Traore, which included a £40 million buy option. But Wolves had no intention of parting with the winger and even rejected a straight £30m buy offer from Spurs. [Express]

Ribery to join Serie A side Salernitana

After ending a two-year spell at Fiorentina this summer, Franck Ribery is set to continue his career in Serie A.

The former Bayern Munich winger reportedly plans to sign for Salernitana shortly on a free transfer, having been a free agent since July. [Fabrizio Romano]

Pastore completes free transfer to Elche

The former Paris Saint-Germain and Roma midfielder has joined La Liga side Elche on a free transfer.

Javier Pastore, who ended his contract with Roma last month, has signed a deal at Elche until next summer.

Real Madrid seek a new contract for Valverde

Federico Valverde’s progress in La Liga has led Real Madrid to seek a way to tie down his future at the Spanish capital.

Amid interest from Premier League clubs, Real Madrid want to extend Valverde’s contract until 2027. The club board considers the midfielder an important member of the squad, both now and for the future. [Fabrizio Romano]