Egypt and Liverpool superstar, Mohamed Salah, talked about his relationship with Reds manager Jurgen Klopp and revealed how the German treats his players.
Since joining Liverpool from Roma in 2017, Salah has become one of the best forwards in the world, clinching multiple individual awards and guiding his team to silverware.
In 225 games for Liverpool so far, the 29-year-old made 210 direct goal contributions [144 goals and 66 assists] across all competitions.
“I always try to see what I lack as a human being and then as a player. There are things that have changed in my life that changed me as a person. I have matured a lot,” Salah told MBC Masr TV.
“As a player, I started to see what I lacked and tried to improve it. Life goes on and I always try to catch up in order to improve,” he added.
“My relationship with him [Klopp] is very good, he always tries to get the best out of me and I always try to give everything I have for him and the club. Our relationship is good and very professional,” he explained.
“Certainly [we disagree], because we think differently, but in the end, we agree to a large extent on most things. You can’t say we agree 100% or disagree 100%.
“I always want to play always,” he said jokingly. “But he’s the coach and he wants to rest his players because of the number of matches, but we always reach a compromise. We have been together for five years and I can always ask him why I’m not playing or why he’s resting me.