‘I Don’t See’: Clinton Morrison Explains Why Mohamed Salah Will Be Sold This Summer!

‘I Don’t See’: Clinton Morrison Explains Why Mohamed Salah Will Be Sold This Summer!

Former PL striker-turned-pundit Clinton Morrison has recently shared why Mohamed Salah might be leaving Liverpool after the recent altercation with Jurgen Klopp.

The Anfield giants suffered a pathetic draw against West Ham United last weekend as the match finished 2-2.

This particular match saw Jurgen Klopp deploying Harvey Elliott at the right-wing position as Mohamed Salah found himself on the bench at the London stadium.

However, the highlight moment of the game came at around the 75th minute mark of the game when Salah was about to come off the bench.

The manager and the Egyptian forward shared some agitated words and Salah rejected a handshake request before entering the pitch as a substitute.

After the match, when the forward was walking through the mixed zone, upon being asked for interview, Salah said,

“There’s going to be fire today if I speak.”

Clinton Morrison Claims Salah To Leave Liverpool

The incident has taken the centre stage in every PL conversation. On Sky Sports’ Soccer Sunday, the conversation sparked a debate and former PL striker Morrison claimed he does not see Salah staying at Anfield next season.

“He’s [Salah] not in brilliant form at the moment. I was at the Merseyside derby; he was missing big chances. Problem is, Salah still has the numbers.

The reason you’re noticing it now is the other two aren’t scoring. Before when he had Bobby Firmino and [Sadio] Mane, it’s alright. Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez are missing big chances and everything gets put on Mohamed Salah.

That exchange (with Klopp) didn’t look good. We didn’t know what was said. It’s disappointing he’s not playing because even if they had a slight chance against West Ham, you need your best players on the pitch. That’s frustrating.

Personally, I don’t see Salah being at Liverpool next season.”

Morrison stated.

What Lies In Future For Salah?

The star Merseyside forward has previously been subject to Saudi Pro League’s interest last summer. Saudi side Al-Ittihad was even ready to pay a record-breaking £150M transfer fee.

Furthermore, they were willing to increase the bid to £200M but the Reds stayed firm on their decision of retaining Salah.

However, with Klopp leaving this summer, the Egyptian skipper will be willing to leave the club as the Saudi Pro League will be again knocking on the door.

Salah’s Liverpool contract will be expiring on the summer of 2025, which would prompt the club to think about cashing in on the winger.

Whatever might happen in future, the situation at hand right now is quite hampering with three league matches still remaining. Hopefully, Salah and Klopp will be able to work things out between them for a smooth ending to the season.

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