Jurgen Klopp confident Mohamed Salah’s contract problems will not sidetrack Liverpool
Liverpool employer Jurgen Klopp is positive Mohamed Salah’s agreement scenario will not distract his gamers this season.
The 28-year-old’s current handle the Reds runs until 2023 but his future has been cast into doubt after he refused to eliminate the possibility of leaving Anfield to join Real Madrid or Barcelona.
These rumours have accompanied an especially bad spot of kind for Liverpool, which has seen them slip to fourth in the Premier League table, six points behind leaders Manchester United.
In spite of all of these growing issues, Reds boss Klopp has defiantly claimed that Salah’s agreement problems will not ‘distract this season’ and safeguarded his star forward, specifying that these rumours are ‘a normal thing in the world of football.’
” It is a normal thing worldwide of football. Mo didn’t make a speech, it’s not that we go out and discuss things that we believe are necessary. It’s quite rare that occurs.
” We get asked questions and we answer – that is the end of the story. But it constantly sounds like we began the conversation.
” In Mo’s case it is not like that. I do not think it will sidetrack this season.”
Rumours concerning Salah’s future stimulated into life in December, when the Egyptian star refused to dismiss the possibility of signing up with either of Spain’s two giants, claiming his future remained in Liverpool’s hands.
However, the Premier League champs are remaining calm over the scenario, as they think they can pertain to a contract over an extended contract with the forward.
Despite Salah refusing to dismiss a prospective departure, 90min previously revealed that he is neither actively seeking a transfer, nor is he unhappy at Anfield.
Salah did admit he was dissatisfied not to receive the captain’s armband as leader of a vibrant team versus FC Midtjylland in the Champions League, resulting in tips that his relationship with Klopp is not as strong as others within the team.