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Jurgen Klopp won’t criticise Mohamed Salah for attending wedding as Liverpool star’s return to UK confirmed


Nov. 21, 2020

Mohamed Salah will return to Merseyside on Friday as Jurgen Klopp refused to publicly criticise his forward over his exploits during the international break.
The Reds forward tested positive for coronavirus while away with Egypt after he was pictured attending his brother’s wedding and socialising closely with numerous guests.
Salah will now miss Sunday’s visit of Leicester City, as he will have to self-isolate on his return to the UK.
Boss Klopp said: “Mo is coming back today. He feels well, no symptoms. Nothing to say in the public about the things I talk to my players about.
“I’ve been in close contact with him. A brother’s wedding is a very special moment.
“In the summer I was in Germany, a friend moved his birthday party because of me. Fifty people were there and at the last minute I decided not to go.
“My players are incredibly disciplined. They really know about the situation.
“Sometimes it doesn’t work out like this. The rest is between Mo and me – we have done that already. Things are fine.”
Klopp is facing an injury crisis at Liverpool with Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez ruled out with knee injuries for most of the season.
He will also be without Jordan Henderson (thigh) and Trent Alexander-Arnold (calf) for Sunday’s Premier League clash with leaders Leicester.
However, the German coach could welcome back Fabinho, who has missed the last three games with a hamstring problem.
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