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‘Salah won’t be at Liverpool next season’ after Klopp argument with two team-mates to blame – The possibility of Salah’s departure from Liverpool in the next season has emerged after a heated argument…



The future of Salah at Liverpool appears uncertain following a disagreement with two fellow teammates, resulting in strained relations with manager Klopp, indicating that he may not be part of the team next season.


It is highly unlikely that Mohamed Salah will remain at Liverpool next season, according to Clinton Morrison.


The tension between Salah and Reds manager Jurgen Klopp, evident in their touchline argument during the 2-2 draw against West Ham, has raised doubts about his future at the club.


The incident has garnered significant attention, and Salah’s discontent was evident as he declined interviews after the match, stating that speaking out would only ignite further controversy.


Much has been discussed about the incident.


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The Liverpool striker appeared visibly upset after the game, declining interviews but mentioning to journalists in the mixed zone: “If I speak today, there will be trouble.”


The altercation is said to have started when Salah did not acknowledge Klopp’s handshake request before entering the field as a substitute. The moral of the story? Don’t leave Jurgen Norbert Klopp hanging.


There has already been a lot of speculation about Salah’s future at Anfield.


The Egyptian player was heavily pursued by Saudi Arabia last August, and interest reportedly persists after Al Ittihad’s staggering £150 million bid was turned down by Liverpool.


It is widely believed that Salah will join the Saudi Pro League next season, especially with Klopp’s departure.


The recent disagreement has only intensified this speculation, despite the fact that the German manager is leaving. Former Premier League striker Morrison expressed his doubts about Salah’s future at Liverpool, pointing out his recent goal drought in the Premier League.


Despite Salah’s impressive tally of 24 goals this season, Liverpool’s chances of winning major trophies seem slim, with only the Carabao Cup in their grasp.


Morrison believes that Salah’s performance is being hindered by the underperforming teammates Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez.


“He’s currently not in top form,” he commented. “I attended the Merseyside derby, and he missed some significant opportunities.


“The issue is that Salah still manages to produce impressive numbers.


“The reason why it’s more noticeable now is because the other two, Firmino and Mane, aren’t scoring as much. Previously, when they were performing well, it wasn’t a concern.


“Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez are also missing crucial chances, which puts even more pressure on Mohamed Salah.


“We couldn’t decipher what was said during that conversation with Klopp. It didn’t seem positive.


“It’s disheartening that he’s not playing because even if they had a slim chance against West Ham, having your best players on the field is crucial. It’s frustrating.


“Personally, I have doubts about Salah’s future at Liverpool next season.”