The goal set for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp last term was Champions League qualification, and the German tactician was able to deliver the bidding of the Reds.
Klopp had managed to re-instill a new system of football at Anfield that sees the Mugsmashers press high on the pitch after they completely lost their rhythm and status as a big Club during the reigns of Brenda Rodgers.
In a bid to continue rebuilding the Reds Squad, Liverpool already have a plethora of star players within their rank. And according to report, former Chelsea and Roma attacker Mohammed Salah has agreed personal terms to join Liverpool.
Salah had a very short spell with Chelsea before he was loaned to Fiorentina and subsequently Roma. Having impressed with the Rome Club in the Seria A, the handed him a permanent deal last summer. The 24-year-old was in-form last season where he ended with 15 Seria A goals and 11 assists.
Albeit the report claims the player has agreed to earn £90,000k-a-week with the Reds, Roma and Liverpool are stalling over his transfer fee. They are holding out for £35m against Liverpool meagre offer of £28m for him.
Despite the widespread report over this deal, the agent of Salah Ramy Abbas has denied that a deal is in the offing even though they are both in London.
Klopp is resigned to losing Daniel Sturridge who has struggled for form due to a lingering injury and he’s keen on signing an attacker in Sturridge’s stead.