Jurgen Klopp insists Mohamed Salah contract standoff won’t affect Liverpool dressing room


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted Mohamed Salah’s contract standoff will not provoke dressing room unrest at the club.

Salah’s deal expires in summer 2023 and talks over a renewal are currently at an impasse due to the player’s wage demands, believed to be in excess of £400,000 per week.

For now the Egyptian’s future remains shrouded in uncertainty, with both Klopp – on behalf of the club – and the attacker recently insisting the ball is in the other’s court.

However, speaking in his press conference ahead of Liverpool‘s crucial Premier League clash at Arsenal on Wednesday night, Klopp was adamant that Salah’s situation would not have a detrimental effect on the squad overall.

“I don’t have to remind any player – and for sure not Mo – of that. No chance,” the German coach said.


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