Liverpool star “not happy” with Klopp as he considers leaving Anfield
Liverpool star Mo Salah is ‘no longer happy’ with Jurgen Klopp and it is being reported that Spanish giants Real Madrid are looking to ‘take advantage’.
Salah had an unsuccessful spell at Chelsea earlier in his career but he returned to the Premier League with a point to prove when he joined Liverpool in 2017 from Roma.
Salah was acquired by Roma for for £43 million. Although there were some raised eyebrows when this agreement was revealed, he has distinguished himself as one of the top attackers in the world while playing for Liverpool.
In 283 games for the English team, the 30-year-old has scored 173 goals. They have won the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, and Carabao Cup with his assistance.
Due to Salah’s contract’s 2023 expiration date, his future was in doubt toward the close of the previous campaign. Though his current contract expires in 2025, he decided to commit his future to Liverpool.
Salah has not had as much of an effect this season, scoring just seven goals in 19 games. Liverpool is currently in ninth place in the Premier League as a result of his dismal performance.
Now Spanish outlet Nacional are reporting that Real Madrid ‘want to sign’ Salah.
It is noted that Real Madrid were keen on him in the past, but they are now looking to ‘take advantage’ of his current ‘huge discontent’. It is reported that he would ‘seriously consider a change of scenery’.
Salah is ‘no longer happy’ with Klopp and it is suggested that an exit will be even more likely if Liverpool fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Real Madrid are ‘very much waiting’ for news on Salah, who is said to feel that his time at Liverpool is ‘close’ to concluding.
The report adds: ‘Taking advantage of the clash between Madrid and Liverpool in the Round of 16 of the European Cup, Florentino Pérez hopes to be able to meet and speak personally with Salah , who he hopes will be able to convince him to start an adventure for La Liga Santander.
‘And, of course, they would also have to reach an agreement with Klopp to allow the departure of one of his key pieces.’