Salah Paid Tribute To Jurgen Klopp

LIVERPOOL: Mohamed Salah paid tribute to Jurgen Klopp on social media after the manager’s last game with Liverpool this season.

The German manager ended his career at Anfield with a 2-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the last Premier League game, and gave an emotional speech.

Egyptian forward Salah, who worked with Klopp for several years at Liverpool, hopes they can clash again in the future.

The 31-year-old uploaded a photo of himself with Klopp in training and wrote: “It’s been great to share all the trophies and experiences with you over the last seven years.

“I wish you the best of luck and hope we meet again.”

Salah joined Liverpool in June 2017, two years after Klopp took over the club – and became one of the Premier League’s top scorers.

Together, they won the European Champions League in 2019, the Premier League title the following year, as well as five domestic and international championships.

Salah scored 32 goals in his first season, breaking the record for most goals in a campaign that featured 38 games, and a total of 211 goals during his time on Merseyside.

Liverpool confirmed that Feyenoord boss Arne Slot will replace Klopp from June 1, reportedly on a three-year contract.

Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Virgil van Dijk are among the Liverpool stars who still have a year left on their contracts, and it is not yet clear whether they will be part of Slott’s long-term plans at Anfield.