Published: Fri, September 21, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Klopp: There's no Salah crisis

Klopp: There's no Salah crisis

"Wow, that's a crisis", said the Reds boss sarcastically. "It is really no problem".

Asked if he is surprised by Milner's performance this season, Klopp said in a press conference: "It's not just this season, previous year he had most assists in Champions League". "It is completely normal there are times when an offensive player does not score". He is still a threat, made fantastic situations in both our last games.

"I like to drop off, in that number ten role, and if you've got two players who are that quick to play in on either side of you, it's a striker's dream". He is in a good shape.

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Salah has now gone three games without a goal after failing to score against Paris Saint-Germain - his joint longest run without a goal since joining the Reds. At the end of the season we will see how it is, not at the start'.

At a press conference, Klopp told reporters: "It's not just this season, previous year he had most assists in Champions League". I think he is fine with me and the situation, so that's all.

"Dejan is close", said Klopp.

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also recently reached a milestone in his rehabilitation from serious knee ligament damage by passing a ball for the first time since surgery.

Five wins out of five has seen Liverpool launch into second place in the Premier League, while Southampton have only notched up one league win all season, but two draws and two defeats has left Mark Hughes' side on five points and they are now sitting in 13th spot.

Danny Ings will be ineligible to play against his former side as he has joined the Saints on an initial loan deal before Southampton pay £20million to make the deal permanent.

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"He is ready now and that's really important for us".

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