Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp not worried about Mo Salah links to Saudi Arabia.
The Egyptian forward was at the centre of a £150m deadline day offer from Saudi Arabian side Al Ittihad which was quickly rejected by the Reds.
Al Ittihad was expected to come back with a £200m offer for the 31-year-old winger but the proposal never arrived.
Mo Salah has no intention to leave the Merseyside club and Jurgen Klopp is not worried about the players’s future.
But the speculation over the player’s future is refusing to die down even after the summer window concluded.
At a press conference ahead of the Wolves game, Klopp was asked Saudi clubs coming for Salah later this season.
“You are kidding me. A week after we close the transfer window, you ask about the January transfer window?” Klopp told reporters on Friday.
“Obviously, you can’t wait until December to ask these questions. We will see what happens. Until then, I’m not worried in this moment.
“I didn’t even think about it until you opened that wound again. No, I’m not worried.”
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