Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Jurgen Klopp: Why I know Mo Salah won't leave Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp: Why I know Mo Salah won't leave Liverpool

Those exchanges are now likely to be put on hold with Liverpool star Salah being pitted against his former employer, Roma, in the semifinal of the Champions League.

Salah earned a move to Liverpool of the back of his fine form with Roma.

Jurgen Klopp says he knows for a fact that Mohamed Salah will be a Liverpool player next season.

Salah's performances have lit up the Premier League and Champions League, which has made clubs across Europe sit up and notice his true potential.

"I will watch them for sure because it is destiny", Klopp said.

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"I know that Mo feels very comfortable here, and he knows that our style of play suits him very well, so I am not anxious about a transfer", Klopp told German publication Bild earlier this week, as quoted by the Mirror.

"On the other side, we don't want to change all the time - "now settled here, now go there in completely new surroundings".

"Of course, I have happy memories".

Liverpool lead fifth-placed Chelsea by 10 points, although the reigning Premier League champions do have a game in hand, in the fight for a place in the top four thanks to a run of just two league defeats in 24 matches. But that's all."We have a big chance here to create something for the future".

Salah on Friday became the first player in Premier League history to win the player of the month award three times in one season.

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But the former England worldwide has likened the 25-year-old to Cristiano Ronaldo and Thierry Henry and tipped him to become the second African player to win the coveted accolade after Algeria's Riyad Mahrez. "He has everything. I love him".

The second leg was outstanding.

The final-four tie marks a return to the Stadio Olimpico - the scene for two of Liverpool's European triumphs in 1977 and 1984.

"Yeah, Harry Kane and (Manchester City striker) Sergio Aguero, you know I said before they are strikers, " Salah said.

The Reds boss has responded to the ongoing row over Kane claiming a goal against Stoke City in Spurs' last Premier League clash, despite appearing not to get a touch. So it's easier for them because they're always in front of the goal, but I play as a winger.

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