(Video) Liverpool fans will squirm at footage of Salah and Klopp’s heated touchline exchange

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Mo Salah and Jurgen Klopp were involved in a heated exchange on the touchline during Liverpool’s clash against West Ham this afternoon.

Just before Michail Antoio scored to make it 2-2, the Egyptian was about to enter the fray as a substitute when he seemed to take exception to a message from his manager, continuing the argument for a good few seconds.

Darwin Nunez eventually felt compelled to step in and try to calm down the 31-year-old as he continued to remonstrate with the German.

After the month that Liverpool have had, Reds fans will squirm at the sight of Salah and Klopp having it out in full view of the public.

You can view the argument below, via @footballontnt on X:

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  1. As much as I love Salah, his anger should be directed at the opposition on the pitch and not Klopp off it. He has done very little to justify starting and did very little again today. Let your football do the talking and keep your mouth shut. Klopp deserves better than your mouthing off to him.

    1. I think you will find mo coming back from injury maybe the frustrating part and also doubled down on klopp himself. Jurgen has not been happy the past couple of season and banked on a early exit strategy would galvanise the team it backfired. The kids were performing well he takes them out of the team and it all collapses.
      Here’s a question how many times had mo got us over the line in vital games…

  2. Two born winners, both frustrated at how their respective LFC careers are ending. Surely , Mo is off to the Saudi (Mickey Mouse) league. No excuse for Mo. As manager, JK makes the decisions and as a player you just have to live with it. To have DN step in as peacemaker is all the more embarrassing (for Mo).

  3. Spot on they’re talking about offering him a new contract should never play for the club again if I spoke to my boss like that ide be sacked

  4. Utter disgrace should never play for the club again yet their prepared to give him a new contract

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