Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has suggested the two Reds strikers could leave this summer as Mohamed Salah continues to be the favorites with a move to Spanish giants Barcelona
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed two of his players could leave this summer due to lack of starting place.
The Red Devils are entering the final stages of the season in the hope of winning a historic treble with a generation of players that Klopp considers to be the best he has ever managed. But he likely won’t be able to enjoy such power much longer as the Liverpool boss confirms two of his players are likely to leave.
It comes as reports suggest Mohamed Salah could be ready to swap Liverpool for Barcelona this summer, before his contract expires at the end of next season. And Mirror Football has all the talking points from Liverpool Premier League win Arsenal.
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Two stars about to leave
Jurgen Klopp admits that Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino could leave Liverpool this summer after the defeat.
The Reds bosses feel confused about the wealth ahead of them after Luis Diaz arrived from Porto in January. The Colombian winger joins the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Harvey Elliott and Diogo Jota to provide options for the German in his attack.
But that means fringe players like Origi and Minamino could leave to secure more playtime. And Klopp has now spoken out about the situation as he admits that trying and keeping so many great players happy is “really difficult”.
Salah sends ‘sign’ to Barcelona
Mohamed Salah is said to have sent “signs” to Barcelona that he may be ready to move to the Camp Nou this summer.
The Egyptian striker’s future at Liverpool remains high with his contract at Anfield expiring next summer. The player’s agent and his club are currently at a contract stalemate, meaning the Red Devils may decide to buy their prized possession this summer rather than risk losing him. with nothing.
Reports from Spain suggest Barcelona are “paying great attention” to Salah’s situation and see a deal for the Liverpool striker as more financially viable than signing Borussia Dortmund. Erling Haaland.
Liverpool beat Arsenal 2-0 in a vibrant Premier League encounter to cut Manchester City’s top spot to just one point.
Second-half goals from Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino gave the Red Devils a precious three points as they struggled to overtake Pep Guardiola’s side at the top of the table – and the title race is already fierce. Jurgen Klopp made a big appeal when he dropped Mohammed Salah from the starting line-up in a match full of highlights.