Jurgen Klop gives Salah injury update ahead of Napoli game

Jurgen Klop gives Salah injury update ahead of Napoli game
Jurgen Klop gives Salah injury update ahead of Napoli game

Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klop gives injury update on Mohammed Salah as he assures the Egyptian will be on the starting lineup against Napoli on Wednesday.

Jurgen Klop believes Salah is fully recovered as he admits the former Chelsea man would be among the players to fight for a top place in the group E when they battle Ancelotti’s men on their next fixture.

Salah has been away for a while, after picking up an ankle injury from his clash with Leicester City’s Hamza Choudhury six weeks ago.

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Jurgen Klop gives Salah injury update ahead of Napoli game

Although the 27-year-old’s absence wasn’t felt in their game yesterday against Crystal Palace as Roberto Firmino’s effort helped the Reds maintain their 8 points leads gap.

Klop had earlier revealed that Salah was fit for the game at Selhurst Park but wasn’t on the line-up, “Mo is all good,” Klopp said. “He couldn’t train for nine days.

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“We had to make the decision whether to start him or not. We didn’t start him, we were about to bring him on when we scored the winner (with five minutes remaining).

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“So we could rest him today. That’s really good. Wednesday he will be back.”

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