Rumors of Mohamed Salah's supposed move to Real Madrid are refusing to go away amid claims of the Egyptian falling out with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. The report of an apparent breakdown in the relationship of the pair is the second in a matter of days across the European media.
Last week, Spanish publication AS stated that Salah and Klopp are momentarily at loggerheads despite the duo's massive involvement in the success enjoyed by Liverpool on both the domestic and European front. However, sources closer to the Salah's agent Ramy Abbas Issa poured cold water on the claims by the news outlet.
Still, the speculations are refusing to die down with French outlet Telefoot now iterating that all is not well between Jurgen Klopp and Mohamed Salah at Liverpool. As a result, the latter may consider moving to Los Blancos who aim to rebuild this summer in the second coming of head coach Zinedine Zidane.
Although he has not overly set the league ablaze by replicating last season's form, the ex-Roma and Chelsea star has contributed considerably in the scoring department for the Reds. At the moment, the 26-year-old is in contention for the Premier League top goalscorer award as he is tied at 19 with Manchester City's Sergio Aguero on the chart. In all, Salah has scored 23 goals in 47 matches across all competitions this season.
Meanwhile, there have been talks that Real Madrid is preparing for life without Gareth Bale and Zidane could very much welcome the arrival of Mo Salah. The Egyptian forward's teammate Sadio Mane as well as Chelsea star Eden Hazard have also been linked with moves to the Spanish capital.