The Anfield outfit continue to sweat over the future of star man Mohamed Salah, with his contract set to expire in 2023 and an agreement for a new deal yet to be made

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Klopp questions why Carabao Cup semi-final is two-legged

Liverpool fans continue to sweat over the future of Mohamed Salah, whose contract expires at the end of next season – and his latest demand has come to light.

And it seems Salah’s hesitation to sign a new deal at Anfield may not be all down to the financial offer on the table.

It comes after the Reds’ win on penalties against Leicester City on Wednesday night booked their place in the Carabao Cup semi-final.

After the game Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers sent a message to fans inside Anfield for the thrilling match.

And with the semi-final draw now made, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has found himself agreeing with his Tottenham Hotspur counterpart Antonio Conte.

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Klopp and Conte agree

It may be a rare occurrence, but Reds boss Jurgen Klopp and his Spurs counterpart Antonio Conte both find themselves in agreement over the Carabao Cup semi-finals.

Liverpool will take on Arsenal while Conte will return to former club Chelsea for the competition’s semi-finals this year.

Games are set to be played on the week commencing January 3, with the second legs taking place a week later.

But both Klopp and Conte have raised concerns about player welfare over the ties – and both made the same demand to tournament organisers the EFL.

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Rodgers’ message to fans

Brendan Rodgers knows the Anfield crowd well having served three years as Liverpool manager between 2012 and 2015.

And with seconds remaining as his side led 3-2 in the Carabao Cup quarter-final, Rodgers has admitted the Reds “pushed everything at us” to get an equaliser.

But with his side clinging on for dear life, they suffered the hammer blow of conceding a late equaliser when Takumi Minamino scored deep into stoppage time to set up a penalty shoot-out that Rodgers’ team would ultimately lose.

And it appears Rodgers knows it was the buoyant home support which helped get Liverpool over the line yet again.

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Salah’s contract demand

Mohamed Salah has reportedly laid down a new demand as the club desperately try to get him to agree to a new contract at Anfield.

Salah has been in exceptional form so far this season, with 15 goals and nine assists in the Premier League so far.

But it appears he may have had enough of shouldering the goalscoring burden of the side – with reports suggesting he wants the club to bring in a top-class centre-forward next summer.

And there are two names the club are being linked with.

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