Mohamed Salah is out of contract at Liverpool’s next year (Picture: Getty)

Harvey Elliott says he’s been ‘begging’ Mohamed Salah every day to stay at Liverpool.

Salah, 30, is out of contract at Anfield next year and has yet to agree a new contract despite negotiations.

This season, the Egyptian has won two trophies with the Merseyside giants and finished as the Premier League’s joint top goalscorer.

Elliott has been learning from Salah ever since joining the club from Fulham in 2019 and does not want him to leave Liverpool.

Speaking to This is Anfield, he said: ‘I’ve been begging him to sign every single day, and I think the fans have as well.

‘He’s been a great asset to this club, he’s got us to so many finals by scoring winning goals, important goals.

Harvey Elliott is desperate for Salah to stay at Liverpool (Picture: Getty)

‘He’s a great person to learn off and I’ve tried to get really close to him for the small details so I can be up there with him one day.

‘It’s going to be very hard, to say the least, he’s a great player and very willing to help me out if it’s needed, to be able to share the right wing with him and Trent as well is two players I’ve dreamed of playing with.’

Since arriving at Liverpool in 2017, Salah has emerged as one of the Premier League’s standout players.

He has made over 250 appearances for the Merseyside giants and scored 156 goals.

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In five years at the club, he has won the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League and League Cup.

Speaking this week ahead of Liverpool’s Champions League final clash with Real Madrid, the forward revealed he will be staying with the club next season but would not commit beyond that.

He said: ‘I don’t focus on the contract at the moment. I don’t want to be selfish. I am staying next season for sure.’

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