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Jurgen Klopp looking to move Club’s talisman out of Anfield.

Israel Oluwaseg Lawal
Israel Oluwaseg Lawal
Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp is said to be unimpressed by the performance of Egyptian attacker Mohammed Salah and is looking to offload him out of the club.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is reportedly no longer convinced by the performances of attacker Mohamed Salah, leading to speculation that the club may explore the option of selling the player.

According to Italian media outlet CalciomercatoWeb, Klopp has been underwhelmed by Salah’s performances this season, leading to the possibility of Liverpool looking to the transfer market for a direct replacement.

Paris Saint-Germain is said to be very interested in signing Salah, with Liverpool potentially accepting an offer around the £70m mark. The club is rumored to be interested in using the potential transfer fee to land Federico Chiesa from Juventus, who is valued at £53m.

Salah’s statistics this season have been underwhelming, with just 7 goals and 4 assists in 19 Premier League matches. This is a marked drop from his usual production for Liverpool, and it remains to be seen if the club will look to move on from the player.

Liverpool currently sit 9th in the league with 29 points from 19 games and the Merseyside club will be looking to make a late charge for a spot in European competition next season.

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