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Jurgen Klopp’s Agent Responds to Job ‘offer’ as Mohamed Salah’s Next Move Outlined
- Updated: June 23, 2023
Jurgen Klopp agent speaks out as Liverpool manager begged to take new job
Jurgen Klopp’s agent has dismissed the possibility of the Liverpool manager leaving the Reds to take over as Germany manager.
Germany host next summer’s European Championships, and have already qualified as a result. But that hasn’t stopped current manager Hansi Flick from finding himself under pressure after a poor run of results in friendly matches before that showcase.
When it comes to major career moves, it seems June is the preferred month for Mohamed Salah.
It was on this day six years ago when the Egypt international signed for Liverpool from Roma, becoming the most expensive Reds player in history at the time when he joined on a five-year deal for an initial £36.9m. Another major milestone for Salah would await him five years down the line, as well, when he penned the most lucrative contract ever signed at Liverpool having established himself as one of their greatest players of the modern era.
The man who has become affectionately known as ‘The Egyptian King’ by Liverpool fans ended months of intense speculation last year after a delegation from the club had flown to see Salah, at his apartment on the Greek island of Mykonos, a few days earlier to thrash out the terms that left the Reds’ top-scorer of the last six campaigns in no doubt about how much he’s valued at Anfield.
But while those June developments in 2017 and 2022 were hugely positive from Liverpool’s perspective, the latest murmurings from the apparent footballing revolution over in Saudi Arabia will be much less welcome, even if they might only induce an eye-roll from those concerned at present.