We want Mohamed Salah to stay with Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp

"I know that Mo wants to stay. We want Mo to stay. That's where we are," says Klopp

By Web Desk
January 12, 2022
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp (Left) and forward Mohamed Salah (Right). —AFP/File

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp remains very positive that the star Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah will continue to play for the club by extending his contract, and adds that the club also wants him to stay. 

A statement on Liverpool's official website read Klopp's answers at a press conference ahead of the Carabao Cup's semi-final first-leg clash against Arsenal. 

"I know that Mo wants to stay. We want Mo to stay. That's where we are. It takes time. I think it's in a good place. The fans are not as nervous as [the media] are," Klopp replied.

"I'm very positive about it. It's nothing to worry about; it's a normal process," a statement on Liverpool's website read.

About Salah's form and performance in the future, Klopp stated; "Yes, I think so. Just because of his character, it's his determination, yes, it's the way he trains, his attitude. His work rate, work attitude, is incredible."

It is pertinent to mention that ever since coming to Liverpool in 2017, Salah emerged into one of modern football's most decorated strikers, having scored 148 goals in 229 games, and performing for his club in crucial moments.