The former Chelsea man has entered the final 18 months of his existing contract at Anfield, with long-running talks over an extension yet to lead to a positive solution.
Salah has insisted that he is not making "crazy" demands when it comes to a new deal, and the 29-year-old is keen to extend his stay with the Reds.
However, The Mirror claims that Salah is still holding out for a £400k-a-week deal at Liverpool, who are reluctant to pay up due to their strict wage structure under the Fenway Sports Group's ownership.
The report also states that Ramy Abbas Issa - Salah's agent - is pointing out Cristiano Ronaldo's £500k-a-week wages and Kevin De Bruyne's £400k salary when it comes to talks over a new contract with the Liverpool man.
Salah bagged the winner for Egypt in their 1-0 Africa Cup of Nations win against Guinea-Bissau on Saturday and has 23 strikes to his name from 26 appearances for Liverpool this season.