Recently, there was a ‘viral’ issue of a dispute between Jurgen Klopp and Mohamed Salah. Where Klopp as the Juventus coach issued a statement, claiming his relationship with the player was fine, and the news circulating now was only a figment.
In the past few weeks, public have been rumored with an opinion that Salah will move from Liverpool because he already felt uncomfortable. The Egyptian national team player was claimed to be involved in a war of mouths with Klopp, so he was not ready to leave Anfield.
The situation and conditions have fueled the opinion that Salah will really leave the English Premier League in the transfer market next season. The news become ‘very hot’ when the player has established a personal agreement with Real Madrid.
Then, the hot news is finally lifted by Klopp with the assertion that all of that is not true, and Salah will certainly remain part of Liverpool in the next season.
“I always tell you, don’t trust 3 percent with what you hear on social media. I did not argue with Mo, especially after last match against Chelsea,” said Klopp.
At the end of Liverpool’s victory over Huddesfield yesterday, Klopp also added information about the strength of his squad now. Where the coach provided the latest information regarding Roberto Firmino’s condition after playing against Burnley, as the player was pulled out due to a muscle injury.
Klopp said that the Brazilian-born player had not suffered a bad injury so the predictions would return before the season ended. The situation gives anxiety to the Liverpool camp as they are in preparation for the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Barcelona next May.
“For Roberto Firmino’s situation, he will not end the season sooner. The healing process is going well, and let’s pray together for his recovery so that the team’s preparation becomes lighter,” Klopp concluded.