jurgen klopp has helped turned Mohammed salah into one of the greatest Liverpool player of all time salah arrived from roma at the beginning of the 2016\2017 season for an undisclosed fee of £36.9million and his hard work and efforts has brought him to limilite at anfield. he netted 44 times and also took a runner up medal in the semi finals of the uefa champions league
salah’s Liverpool success has gradually became a regular topic. formal spurs player mido believes jurgen klopp has been the key success to his countryman victory.
Mido explained the tactical tweak that Klopp has deployed to help turn Salah into one of the most feared forwards in world football at Anfield. the formal 35 year old spurs player has backed his country man to have another glorious season after watching him netting the opener in their first premier league last meeting week. He told Sky Sports: “What a great job [Salah] has done, he has been unbelievable. He is focused and people are asking if he is going to do the same again this season, and I think he will.
“He is so focused, he has only one interest in his life and this is football. He works hard every day and you could see the way he played last game that he is still determined and hungry to score goals. He is scary”Salah at Roma, Chelsea and Basel was a winger, a proper winger. Getting it wide, playing one versus versus on the touchline.”He was a touchline player, but Klopp has been very clever. He has tucked him in a little bit and put him in the pockets as a second striker and he has always got someone behind him to defend well for him.”So Salah, he doesn’t need to do a lot of work defensively. OK, he presses and counter-presses well but he doesn’t have to track back as much like he used to do at Chelsea and used to do at Roma, which makes him fresher when gets the ball. The well-travelled Mido, who enjoyed spells with the likes of Spurs, Middlesbrough, Ajax, Celta Vigo and Roma among others in his career, says he has spoken to people close to Salah and stated that he has no plans to leave the Reds anytime soon.
People love him at Liverpool,” he added. “He is working with the manager he wants to work with. I don’t see him leaving. If he didn’t leave this transfer window, he is not going anywhere