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Salah won’t leave Liverpool despite spat with manager.

“Liverpool are confident that Mohamed Salah will resist the lure of Saudi Arabia and stay at the club this summer,” The Athletic reported on Monday (June 29). They already see him as part of their squad for next season.”

Liverpool’s irreplaceable ace in the middle of the park, Salah has been in a Liverpool shirt since 2017. In 348 career appearances, he has scored 210 goals and provided 88 assists. With his quick feet and excellent goal-scoring ability, he has long been the focal point of Liverpool’s offense. The Reds won the UEFA Champions League (UCL) in 2018-19 thanks to Salah’s performance. They followed that up with the coveted English Premier League title in 2019-20.

But Salah has been courted by Saudi Arabia since last summer. Saudi clubs turned the European transfer market on its head last summer with the power of oil money. The league’s stature was boosted by the signing of big stars such as Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante.

Now, this summer, they want Salah to join them. Salah has just one year left on his Liverpool contract, and his clash with Jürgen Klopp against West Ham United has led to speculation that he could leave this summer.

Salah started West Ham’s 2023-24 English Premier League match against Liverpool on May 27 from the bench in the 35th round of the 2023-24 season. After the teams were tied 2-2 in the 34th minute, Klopp rushed to bring Salah on as a substitute.

But just before he did, Salah and Klopp got into an argument. According to 카지노 British publication The Sun, Salah was unhappy about being left out of the starting lineup and took it out on Klopp.

After the game, Klopp was tight-lipped about the altercation, while Salah refused to be interviewed and responded by saying, “If I open my mouth, there will be a mess.” Naturally, soccer pundits called for Salah to be released as he was a distraction to the team.

Despite the criticism and transfer speculation, Salah is expected to remain at Liverpool next season. According to The Athletic, the Reds want him to stay, and he hasn’t expressed any desire to leave. “Salah has had a falling out with Klopp, but he is likely to stay because he will not be at the club next season,” the publication said. Klopp announced in January that he would be stepping down as Liverpool manager at the end of the season.

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