Klopp hints at his bad relationship with Salah after the West Ham incident

Liverpool coach, Jurgen Klopp, hinted that his relationship with Mohamed Salah had worsened significantly after the quarrel that broke out between them in the West Ham match last month in the English Premier League.

The German coach had previously announced that the crisis between the two had ended after they spoke together in the locker room, and indeed Salah started in the next match against Tottenham.

But it seems clear that the relationship has become flawed, as is evident from the sarcastic statements made by Klopp in the past hours.

“I saw a video of what all the players said about me at Liverpool,” Klopp said.

He also added, “Among the players were James Milner, Adam Bogdan, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, and Mohamed Salah… Perhaps that was before the West Ham match.”

He concluded, “The conversation was very positive, and I am really proud to have this type of relationship with the players during my time at Liverpool.”

Klopp will leave Liverpool at the end of the current season after 8 years at Anfield, with Dutchman Arne Slot taking over as his successor.