Jurgen Klopp: Mohamed Salah "feels at home" with Liverpool

Posted April 13, 2018

"There's something very special about playing for Liverpool", the attacker told CNN when the American news organisation interviewed him following the second leg victory over City as part of a special on the player, Mohamed Salah: Liverpool's Egyptian King, that will air ahead of this summer's World Cup.

After netting 39 times across all competitions this season, the Egypt worldwide is now considered to occupy a standing among global football's elite.

The 25-year-old's prolific form has seen him emerge as Kevin De Bruyne's main rival for the PFA Player of the Year award, while also leading to speculation of a potential transfer to LaLiga giants Real Madrid.

The German newspaper couldn't then help suggest that Salah may be the next big player player to leave Liverpool, and there's already been rumours, albeit very weak, about interest from Spain. I'm not anxious about that at all.

Backstage News On Possible Plans For Hulk Hogan's WWE Return
Rumours of a return for Hogan grew after WWE admitted having "discussions" with him about how to "learn from his mistakes". WWE Hall Of Famer Hulk Hogan will attend the premiere of HBO's Andre the Giant documentary in Los Angeles tonight.

Salah signed for Liverpool for £36.9 million in the summer of 2017, with the Reds moving to bring a former Chelsea flop back to English football. "But I was always convinced of his talent", said Klopp of a fellow countryman. I just wasn't expecting it, but knew it was possible. After that, we lost track of him a bit.

Jurgen Klopp's side are potentially 90-minutes away from their first Champions League semi final appearance in a decade. That was the case in Barcelona, at Bayern and now in Manchester.

"I know that Mo feels really good here, and he knows our style of play is ideal for him. You don't have to force me to watch Manchester City games".

Recently in Sport