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Sunday Times: Mohamed Salah plans to leave Liverpool because of Juergen Klopp

English press reports revealed that the Egyptian Mohamed Salah is planning to leave his team, Liverpool, during the upcoming summer transfers, as new developments were revealed regarding Mo's departure from Anfield.

The British newspaper "Sunday Times" confirmed that the nature of the relationship between the striker Liverpool wing, Mohamed Salah, and his German coach Juergen Klopp, is not the best or well in the recent period, especially with Salah's continuous statements in the Spanish media.

The newspaper added that there are problems between Salah and Klopp recently, and the Egyptian striker is currently planning to leave Anfield in search of his next destination, after Salah participated in 28 matches with the Reds this season, scored 17 goals, and made 3 others.

Duncan Castles, a journalist for the "Sunday Times" newspaper, talked about Mohamed Salah's relationship with Klopp, as he said in statements to the English "Transfer Window Podcast": "Their relationship is not the best, there were problems between them."

He continued: "This relationship has affected the way Liverpool collectively play, despite Mohamed Salah's goals this season and his good numbers, but Klopp wants him to contribute to the defensive aspects, I think that Liverpool's plan always is to sell Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane if good financial offers arrive. For them at a time that suits all parties. "

And the Times journalist continued: "If they leave Liverpool, they will get higher salaries, and the club can contract with two good alternatives that fit Klopp's style. I think Salah is planning to leave Liverpool, and this is why he conducted two interviews with the Spanish press that made many talk about the idea that he would move from Anfield." ".