Robbie Keane: Mohamed Salah found his rhythm under Jurgen Klopp

Doug Mendoza
August 17, 2018

Ahead of the UEFA Super Cup final with Atletico Madrid, the Spaniard hold reporters: "It's not the first final he's lost, [maybe] he wants to use that as an excuse for losing".

"Klopp's words? There have been many repercussions after what happened to Salah in the Champions League final".

"But I said in general it's possible people will leave, it always has to be good for all three sides, that's what we have".

Salah, who had been so vital in the club's charge to the Champions League final, had his evening cut short back in May due to an injury to his shoulder, sustained when Ramos hauled him to the ground after just 25 minutes had been played.

And Klopp believes the converted right-back could have a part to play in central defence as the season goes on, particularly given Klavan's impending move to Cagliari.

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"First of all I didn't hear anything is finally sorted, so nothing from me on that", he told a news conference.

Ramos, however, has taken his opportunity to respond to Klopp's comment.

'[Jurgen] Klopp will be sending Diego Costa a bottle of 1787 Chateaux Margaux for this challenge on Sergio Ramos, ' another account posted. "I have no intention of hurting a player deliberately", Ramos said.

"It was ruthless. I don't think Mo would have always got injured in that situation, this time it was unlucky, but it is an experience that we can not have".

"I said in a meeting to the boys if we are good everyone - not the supporters, but the journalists - are overly excited". (Salah) pulled my arm first. The thing is, I saw the ref taking charge of big games at the World Cup afterwards (Mazic officiated in the Brazil v Belgium quarter-final) and nobody really thinks about that later. "And yes the feeling around the club is good, but that's only because of the performances and the results we got".

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