Klopp reveals the nature of his relationship with Salah after their recent quarrel

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp stressed that the quarrel that occurred between him and Mohamed Salah had become a thing of the past, and that the relationship between the two had returned to normal.

The Egyptian international clashed with the coach before entering as a substitute in the West Ham match in the 79th minute, in a shot that was the talk of millions over the past week.

Immediately after the match, Klopp confirmed that the crisis between them had ended after their conversation in the locker room, but what Salah said about the expected “ignition of fires” increased the flames of the crisis.

Liverpool is preparing to face Tottenham on Sunday, and in the press conference for the match, Klopp said about Salah, “The crisis has completely ended between us. There is no problem at all between him and me.”

He also added, “If we didn’t know each other for that long, I’m not sure how we would handle the situation then.”

He concluded, “But we respect each other, so there is really no problem. Things are fine between me and Salah.”

Perhaps what confirms the sincerity of the German coach’s words are the pictures that were taken of Salah in Thursday’s training, while he was laughing and happy despite the recent disagreements.

Klopp will leave Liverpool training at the end of the current season, and Dutchman Arne Slot is supposed to take over the task of training Salah, whose contract at Anfield still extends until the summer of 2025.