Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is confident that Mo Salah will remain a red for many years to come.
The Egyptian, who only arrived from Roma last summer, has scored 39 goals this season, predominantly from the right-wing, establishing his reputation as one of the best players in the world.
As a result of his brilliance, which was shown this week against Manchester City again, the world’s largest teams have become interested.
Klopp though thinks the style of football of play is perfect for the 26-year-old and this will encourage him to stay for the foreseeable.
“I know that Mo feels really good here, and he knows that our style of play is perfect for him,” he told Bild, translated by ESPN. “I don’t have any worries.”
“I must stress that we have an outstanding scouting department. They always told us: ‘Sign him!’
“And you could see when he was playing alongside Edin Dzeko at Roma that he can kick the ball around.”
At Empire of the Kop, we’re not going to bother getting worried about Salah right now.
He has four years left on a contract the club will surely try to extend, with Liverpool’s owners surely unlikely to accept anything less than a world-record fee for his services.
We spent last summer biting our nails about Coutinho’s future, and can’t be bothered doing it again.
Klopp asked us to become Believers, so that’s what we’re going to do!