Jurgen Klopp: 'Mohamed Salah has nothing to prove to Chelsea'

Jurgen Klopp: 'Mohamed Salah has nothing to prove to Chelsea'

Jurgen Klopp: 'Mohamed Salah has nothing to prove to Chelsea'

Going to Anfield, Antonio Conte will know that Liverpool will throw everything at you from the moment the whistle is blown; the supporters demand it and it was the same whenever I went there as a player.

"To get to your house at six in the morning is not simple and then to rest and recover. Liverpool have great potential as a team".

"But we have to do this and today we've had a good training session and we've tried to prepare for the game against Liverpool very well. I think that the first half, the way we went into the game, we have to go into the second half (like that) too", the twinkle-toed midfielder continued.

Salah leads the Premier League scoring charts with nine goals in 12 appearances since joining from Roma for £34 million in the summer.

He added: "I try to speak with my club about this problem and to pay more attention for the future because this is not the first time".

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"Victor Moses's condition is good, he needs time to find his best form, but he is in the squad for tomorrow and I put him on the bench", Conte told journalists.

Salah, of course, famously turned down the opportunity to move to Liverpool from Basel in 2014, opting instead to move to Chelsea in a £12m deal.

Conte said: "I know him very well because he played in Italy for many years". "Salah is a good player, he is very risky. If you ask me about the present I can answer but the past is not right to give an answer on". He's a technical player but at the same time very fast, very strong, very good one v one and a very good finisher.

Chelsea will likely line up with a 3-5-2 which from an aerial view looks infinitely more solid than Liverpool's 4-5-1 however it might be that Jurgen Klopp could work to a similar game-plan as Pep Guardiola when Man City visited Chelsea earlier in the year.

'We must pay great attention but not only to Salah, but to [Sadio] Mane, [Roberto] Firmino, [Philippe] Coutinho, [Daniel] Sturridge.

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