Klopp has responded after news of Salah ‘s contract

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 The Egyptian striker has a contract with the Reds until June 2020. And so far, still negotiating with the agency is not perfect. Unlike many senior players who have inked their contract extensions with Anfield

    However, a few days ago, the Daily Mirror circulate that Liverpool would be willing to pay as much as the African forward would want as a consolation. That he will not play at the World Cup final this year. As a result, the contract renewal is almost complete. In such cases The German coach answere questions from the media. Before taking the ufabet team away to Benfica in the Champions League. Round of eight, first leg on Tuesday.

    “I am happy with the situation because there is nothing new to talk about. It’s good both sides are talking And it’s what I want,” Klopp said on April 4.

    Meanwhile, the Red Machines boss also state there was nothing to worry about despite Salah ‘s recent drop in results due to scoring in the open. Haven’t been able to play for eight matches

“For me, the level of performance is important. He allows the team to coordinate together.”

    “It was a difficult time for Mo and Sadio, who returned from national service. And can play for the club again we see him every day And there’s nothing to worry about

    As for Salah, he has so far insisted that he would like to continue his career at Liverpool, although he has yet to agree a contract extension with the club, especially after leading the team to a 5-0 thrashing of Manchester United at Old Traf. Ford in Oct.

    “If you ask me, I would like to stay with the team until the last day of my career as a player. But I still can’t say much. It’s not in my hands.”

    “It depends on the club what they want, not me.”
    “Right now I don’t see myself as a rival for Liverpool, it makes me sad, it’s bad, I don’t want to talk about it. 
It makes me very sad.”
    “Right now I don’t see myself playing against Liverpool, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens in the future.”