Report: Mo Salah has blown Klopp away at Liverpool recently for his behaviour towards 'outstanding' player
Liverpool finally tied up a new contract for Mo Salah last week as the Reds got the one big signing they wanted to get sorted this summer.
Salah’s new long-term deal will give peace of mind to Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool fans. Indeed, it’s probably bigger than any new signing this year, especially given Sadio Mane has moved onto Bayern Munich as well.
Of course, Salah’s professionalism throughout negotiations has never really been questioned. And according to The Athletic, his behaviour is part of the reason why Jurgen Klopp has been so impressed with his star man over the course of the summer.
It’s reported how Salah has behaved impeccably through and at the same time, he’s also said to have taken Harvey Elliott under his wing. The former Fulham man could be in for a big season this year after coming back from injury and Salah has seemingly taken it upon himself to help Elliott.
Indeed, Elliott could even end up playing instead of Salah come weeks. Elliott’s versatility gives Klopp plenty of options in the midfield and wide areas. Salah, then, could simply be teeing up the ‘outstanding‘ youngster to take his place further down the line.
TBR’s View: Elliott And Salah A Dream Duo For Klopp
Talk about learning from a master craftsman. Both on and off the pitch, that is.
Elliott will go a long way in football if he can follow Mo Salah’s lead. The Egyptian has never been anything but a class act while with Liverpool and seems to set the example for everyone at the club.
On the field, Elliott can learn so much from Salah. But off it as well, can be just as important, especially for a young and highly-talented English player.
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