Klopp: Salah is an Exciting Signing
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Jun 26, 2017,
Jun 26, 2017, 0:42
"His record in Italy has been outstanding and he possesses qualities that will enhance our team and squad".
"I think it's a good bit of business".
The Liverpool Echo claims that Liverpool are now prioritising a move for Keita after Klopp made him his top midfield target.
The player himself was carefully choreographed in a number of video excerpts and photo opportunities as the reds promoted the new signing under the hashtag #AnnouncedSalah.
The Egypt worldwide became the club's second signing of the summer earlier this week, penning a five-year contract in a deal that could eventually make him the club's most expensive ever player.
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Despite Liverpool's public apology to Southampton over the club's "tapping up" of the Dutch defender, Klopp hasn't had his interest in van Dijk dampened. We have fans everywhere around the world.
"You can see that everyone is happy and they're enjoying their football".
However, Serie A expert Horncastle has backed Liverpool's signing of Salah, summarising what some of his former managers have said about the Egyptian star. I was watching the games previous year and everyone was giving 100 per cent to win something.
Ince, who was at Anfield from 1997-99, has hailed the good transfer work done by his former employers and he believes the 25-year-old will become a crucial part of the first team.
Taking the No. 11 shirt previously worn by Roberto Firmino, with the Brazilian moving to No. 9, Salah is set to be one of the marquee signings of the summer for Jurgen Klopp. Supporters of the Anfield club will be thrilled with a return to the Champions League (should they navigate a qualifier) and will be hoping to challenge for honours both domestically and in Europe.