Mohamed Salah breaks silence with Jürgen Klopp message after Liverpool manager's exit

Mohamed Salah has broken his silence following Jurgen Klopp's exit as Liverpool manager
Mohamed Salah has broken his silence following Jurgen Klopp's exit as Liverpool manager -Credit:Getty Images

Mohamed Salah has broken his silence following Jürgen Klopp’s final game as Liverpool manager.

Klopp brought his time at Anfield to an end on Sunday after nearly nine years in charge of the Reds. His final game saw Liverpool beat Wolves 2-0 before an emotional send-off.

Klopp addressed the crowd at Anfield, and even led them in singing Arne Slot’s name. The Dutchman has now been confirmed as Liverpool’s new head coach, and will officially start his new role at the beginning of next month.

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The Liverpool players watched on as Klopp spoke on his final outing at their manager, with the likes of Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold being brought to tears. A number of players gave interviews during the farewell, although Salah wasn’t among those to speak to the media.

There has been speculation over the Egyptian’s relationship with Klopp in recent weeks following their clash at West Ham. Salah was seen arguing with the departing manager as he prepared to come on as a substitute in London.

Salah though has quashed any suggestions of a fallout between the two after posting a farewell message to Klopp on social media.

The 31-year-old posted a picture of himself with Klopp on the training ground on Instagram, along with the message: "It was great sharing all those trophies and experiences with you over the past 7 years. I wish you the best of luck for the future and hope we meet again."

Salah had opened up on his relationship with Klopp earlier last week. In an interview with Sky Sports, he said: "I always look at this situation as a human being.

“He improved me as a player for sure and I helped him a lot as a manager for sure, we helped each other a lot and we gave everything to the club to win trophies, everyone can see that.

"But the thing I take from that as a human being, as a person, if I am in trouble I can speak to him and ask as a person. I think we will keep the communication for sure forever, for life. Because it is not just a relationship with work, we also take it outside and we are going to stay in contact forever.” says: It’s good to see Klopp and Salah ending on good terms after the incident at West Ham. In fairness, it seemed as though the pair moved on pretty quickly from it.

With Klopp now gone, we’ll have to wait and see what the future holds for Salah under Slot. With his contract expiring in a year and more interest no doubt set to arrive from Saudi Arabia, there will be a big decision to be made.