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Liverpool news: Salah injury update, £57m ‘plot’ for Napoli star, Klopp exclusive

Liverpool news: Salah injury update, £57m ‘plot’ for Napoli star, Klopp exclusive

13 October 2018 Saturday 12:35
Liverpool news: Salah injury update, £57m ‘plot’ for Napoli star, Klopp exclusive

Mohamed Salah’s injury does not appear to be serious, Egypt assistant manager Hany Ramzy has said.

The superstar was forced off during last night’s 4-1 win over Swaziland with a hamstring problem.

Salah scored a stunning goal directly from a corner and Liverpool fans will be hoping he’ll recover in time for next week’s trip to Huddersfield.

Ramzy told BeIN Sports: “[The] initial diagnosis of the medical staff of [the] Egypt national team is that Salah suffered a muscular injury.

“He will be examined to determine the details, but in my opinion it is not dangerous.”

Liverpool are reportedly considering a move for Napoli star Piotr Zielinski.

But Juventus are also in the running to snap the player up.

CalcioMercato report that Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis would demand his full release clause, currently at £57m (€65m).

Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is yet to win a trophy with the Anfield club. GETTY

However, the Stadio San Paolo chief is working hard to get his star man to sign a new contract.

It would push his release clause up to £114m (€130m) and would effectively price Liverpool out of a move.

Another problem Jurgen Klopp faces is Serie A champions Juventus - who are also strongly linked with the midfielder, CalcioMercato report.

Klopp has to win a trophy this season to convince his squad his playing philosophy is effective, according to psychologist Damian Hughes.

Mohamed Salah

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah picked up an injury while playing for Egypt last night. GETTY

He exclusively told Starsport: “I think he needs to now back it up there Klopp in terms of something that justifies the approach that he’s taken.

“I think that would give the players an increasing sense of reassurance of what he does works.

“I can imagine you’ll see him going all out to prioritise winning not just the league but the FA Cup and maybe the Champions League as well if that’s what he can do.

“But it sort or reaffirms what his approach is if he could win something.”

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petruz 2018-10-13 14:06:58

Mo still the king