Jurgen Klopp drops doable trace over Mohamed Salah’s Liverpool future
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp has dropped a possible clue about star player Mohamed Salah’s future.
The German tactician praised Salah and made it clear that he hopes the Egyptian international will be at Anfield for a long time.
This follows Salah himself potentially flirting with a big La Liga move to Real Madrid or Barcelona, the Liverpool Echo reported.
“It’s just a bit of a hassle when I have to praise my own players, which I like to do, to be honest, but especially in Mo’s case the numbers speak for themselves,” Klopp was quoted as saying by Echo.
“Mo is not just a goalscorer, he has also developed as a footballer. He’s a very, very important player to us and hopefully he will be for a very long time. “
Liverpool fans will certainly hope that Salah has nowhere to go after the huge impact he made on Merseyside.
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The 28-year-old moved from Roma to Reds in 2017 and scored 118 goals in 188 games for the club. With that he was able to win the Champions League and the Premier League in recent years.
Klopp will not want to lose such a player in the near future, although he would of course be good enough to be a star at Real and Barca as well.
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