Mohamed Salah has signed a new three-year deal to keep him on Merseyside amid widespread reports of an exit.
What did Klopp say about Mohamed Salah?
The Liverpool manager has been delighted that the Gypt star has extended his stay at Anfield and believes Liverpool have yet to see the best of the striker. The Egyptian player wrote on Friday about a three-year deal, ending speculation about his future at the Reds. Mohamed Salah has become a hero on Merseyside with his scoring exploits and the red faithful will be able to enjoy him for a while longer.
The boss of the Reds told Liverpool’s official website that it is a special treat for their supporters to enjoy their weekend even more. Klopp is sure there will be some celebration for this news tonight. According to Jurgen Klopp, he is very pleased – very, very pleased. This is the best solution for them and the best solution for Mohamed. Klopp thinks Mohamed Salah belongs to them. Now this is his club.
Of course, it took a bit of time, but that’s completely normal and the best things are always worth waiting for anyway. Salah is one of the best players in the world; It’s just okay, there are things to sort out when you’re at his level. Such a great honor to Mike Gordon and Julian Ward for guiding them to this destination.
The Liverpool manager has no doubt that Salah’s best years are yet to come. And that’s saying something, because the first five seasons here were legendary. Fitness wise, Mo machine is in the most incredible shape. Mohamed Salah is working hard on it and getting his awards. His ability and skill level is growing with each season, and his decision-making has also gone to another level.
Jurgen Klopp says his teammates adore him. As coaches they know they are working with someone special. And supporters crowned him king. So, very cool. This is just great news. According to the coach, it makes him smile and think about it. Mo Salah stays with them longer, which means they can achieve more together.
A little about Mohamed Salah
Mohamed moved to the Reds in 2017 after an impression at Roma and came to the fore at his new club with his prodigal kick. His first season saw him break 32 goals in 36 PL games to clinch the division’s top scorer title, while in total he boasts 156 strikes in 254 games in all competitions for Liverpool, placing him ninth in the club’s top scorer rankings. for all time. In his five seasons at Anfield, Liverpool have won the PL and Champions League titles and Mohamed himself has been awarded the PL Golden Boot three times.