On Friday, Liverpool’s manager shot down rumors that Mohamed Salah would be the newest high-profile player to play in Saudi Arabia rather than Europe.
Al-Ittihad is reportedly attempting to draw the Egyptian to the Gulf state with a large wage offer that would compete with the offers that attracted Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar.
Just over a year ago, Salah extended his three-year deal at Anfield, and his agency has already shot off rumors of a transfer.
“We wouldn’t have extended the contract last summer if we had been thinking about leaving LFC this year. Ramy Abbas said earlier this month on X, previously Twitter, “Mohammed is loyal to LFC.
The departure of midfielders Fabinho and Jordan Henderson to Saudi teams has already thrown Liverpool’s preparations for the summer window into disarray, and Klopp declared that the club will not entertain any bids for Salah.
During his pre-match news conference before to Sunday’s trip to Newcastle, Klopp remarked, “Talk about media stories.” “Nothing to discuss from my perspective; Mo Salah plays for Liverpool.
He is, has been, and will continue to be a key player. Nothing is present there. The answer would be no if there existed.
Wataru Endo, the captain of Japan, may start for the Reds at St. James’ Park after coming in as a substitute in the previous weekend’s 3-1 victory over Bournemouth.
criticism of Liverpool’s transfer business has been directed at their failure to sign Moises Caicedo or Romeo Lavia before turning to Endo. Klopp acknowledged that he may need additional reinforcements in the final week of the window — or good luck with injuries — to get by in the upcoming months.
I have no question about the caliber of the lads we have, but we have to be fortunate with injuries, said Klopp.
“At the moment, we are protected, but this is not a perfect world where you can always be ready; we have had to learn this the hard way.
For the next week, we must make every effort. Is it feasible to have a squad where we can respond to pretty much everything? We’ll find out.