The Reds manager Jurgen Klopp has refused to tell reporters the price of his most valued superstar at the moment Mohamed Salah in terms of other transfers that have taken place around the continent.
Since arriving from Serie A side AS Roma in the summer for a fee of £37 million Salah has been immense for Liverpool. The Egyptian international has returned to England with a point to prove against all of his doubters at Chelsea, where he was considered a flop. Salah has been breaking records galore after an astonishing season in which he has managed to score 41 times so far, with a few more games left in the season.
And his boss Klopp has shunned out any speculations on what he could be worth at the moment and the German boss never doubted his ability as he knew what he was getting with Salah. The Egyptian has even gone on to win the PFA player of the year award and needs two more goals to beat Cristiano Ronaldo’s Premier League record for the most goals scored in a single season.
Another incredible signing for Liverpool has been Andrew Robertson, who arrived for just £8 million form Hull City and has gone on to become a fan-favorite at Anfield. And as usual, along with these great performances, comes attraction from other top elite clubs.
Klopp On Salah and Other Comparison in the Transfer Market
After Liverpool surrendered a two-goal advantage against West Bromwich Albion yesterday, the 50-year-old old manager was asked about Salah’s value in the market to which he replied by taking a dig at the press, “What price Mo now? That’s not interesting. At Roma, he was really, really good and it’s only because England has such a great league that you obviously don’t watch other leagues often enough!. It’s clear he was really good at Roma and a very, very offensive midfield player. And he’s very cool in front of goal.”
Klopp then compared his £8 million buy from Hull City, Andrew Robertson who has added something completely different to the side at left-back, He went on to explain, “Which is the better business, to bring in Andy Robertson from Hull for a few million or doing that? That’s the business part of football. £37m or whatever it was, I’m not sure of the price, it was the market and other teams could have bought him.”
I think Klopp hates these type of questions which the media put forward to him, because he is a manager who defends his players and his club in a very affectionate manner. Klopp is trying to make a fool out of these reporters who keep asking him silly questions from time to time.
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