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Sallah backed to leave Anfield after touchline spat with Klopp



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Former Rangers star Ally McCoist felt Mohamed Salah should leave Liverpool after touchline spat with Jurgen Klopp.

Klopp introduced the Egyptian star in the final 10 minutes of their game against West Ham on Saturday which ended in a 2-2 draw. Just before entering the pitch, Salah was spotted having a heated exchange with the manager before being ushered away by team-mate Darwin Nunez.

The on-camera altercation between Klopp and Salah did not go down well with fans and pundits including ex-Rangers player and coach Ally McCoist who claimed that the Reds should consider selling their star attacker ahead of the 2024/25 season while claiming that the Egypt international’s form has dipped considerably in the current campaign.

Speaking to TNT Sports, McCoist said, “You see Salah coming back to have another bite and one of his team-mates looks like he has to intervene – that stuff should be for behind closed doors. Yeah, I do [think Salah will leave]. He has been one of the best players we have seen in this league, nothing short of fantastic for Liverpool, but his form has dipped and it looks to me like he might be moving. It might suit both parties – suit Salah to move on and Liverpool to reinvest the money they get for him.”

The 31-year-old has been linked with a move away from Anfield in the upcoming summer transfer window amid interest from several Saudi Pro League clubs. It remains to be seen if the Merseyside club would consider cashing in on their star player if a concrete offer comes their way

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