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Salah Opens Up About His Bond with Klopp and Ultimate Objective


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Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, Liverpool winger, has said he has a strong relationship with his German coach Jurgen Klopp and has fulfilled his dream of winning the European Football Champions League with the Reds.

Mohamed Salah said in an interview with former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand via UK network BT Sport: “Winning the Champions League has been my biggest goal since childhood. The Champions League is bigger than the Premier League or any other league.

He added: “The Champions League was the biggest tournament at the time and I think it still is. I dreamed of one day playing in it. It’s incredible to win.”

And the Egypt international continued: “When I came here, I said that I want to win titles and I am happy to play and help the team win. I am very proud to have achieved these achievements, whether individually or collectively.”

And he continued: “I have a strong relationship with Jurgen Klopp since I moved to Liverpool. We played together for 5 or 6 years, so now we know each other well. We respect each other, and this is the most important thing” .

Salah concluded his speech about his colleague Trent Alexander-Arnold by saying, “He has a great vision. He is always looking for the hardest pass in the match and tries to play it. As soon as I know that he got the ball, space, I run without even seeing him and not knowing whether he will pass or not.

Notably, 30-year-old Mohamed Salah won the Champions League title with Liverpool in 2019 and lost twice in the final, in 2018 and 2022.

The Egyptian star is gearing up with his Liverpool side to take on West Ham United tomorrow night at the London Olympic Stadium on Matchday 33 of the English Premier League.

Liverpool are seventh in the Premier League table with 50 points, 14 wins and 8 draws to 9 losses.

Source: agencies

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