The fact that Liverpool will not play in the Champions League next season has caused many rumors. Fans of Liverpool and other clubs believe that the stars of this team will go to a team that can ensure their playing in the Champions League.
Mohammed Salah is mentioned as one of the players who could leave. Jurgen Klopp believes that the Egyptian will stay at the club. ‘No worries, no [that Salah wants to go]. I couldn’t read anything that could lead in that direction,’ Klopp said, as quoted by METRO.
'Obviously Mo loves being here and Mo was part of it. He said apologies for what ‘we’ did – not apologies for ‘what the other guys did, but I had to go with them’. Not at all. It is all fine. If ever a player would come to me and say: ‘Oh we didn’t qualify for the Champions League, I have to leave,’ I would drive him to the other club myself.
I would take the key, and say: ‘Come in the car, where do you want to go? I’ll drive you.’
Jurgen Klopp on players' responisiblity
Jurgen Klopp believes that the players are responsible for not playing in the Champions League.
Because of this, the management hopes that a large number of players will stay at the club. The German will certainly be active during the summer market and will try to bring in some stars. ‘That would be something I never could understand.
It’s like me saying: ‘We didn’t qualify for the Champions League and I need to work in the Champions League, so I go. I am responsible for this mess, or whatever, so you cannot go in these moments. It is not the case with Mo, not at all, and nobody else [asked] me.
They ask if they can have a day longer holiday but nobody asks me if after the holiday they have to come back. That was not in our conversations.’
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