John Aldridge, the former Liverpool striker, has said he is answering Germany’s Jurgen Klopp, the Reds manager, to stop considering Egyptian star Mohamed Salah an untouchable player.
Aldridge also demanded that the Egyptian pharaoh be stripped of the immunity he enjoys in the team and urged Klopp to drop him from the list or be replaced if he doesn’t play well.
It is worth noting that former striker John Aldridge had already scored 50 goals for Liverpool between 1987 and 1989.
Liverpool striker: Jurgen Klopp must stop considering Mohamed Salah as a player!
And during press releases published by The Liverpool Echo, Aldridge said: “I love Mohamed Salah, but the immunity he enjoys must end. Jurgen Klopp must stop considering him an untouchable player.”
Aldridge asked the question and said: “I, like most Liverpool fans, look forward to the return of Luis Diaz. After his injury in October, the team suffered a lot this season, but today, with the arrival of Dutchman Cody Jacobo, who has become indispensable, where will Diaz play?
He continued: “In a team, 3 players play on the left flank and 4 can play in the center of attack, and on the right flank, where Salah is, there is no player, and this is illogical.”
He continued: “Salah is Salah but Klopp needs to have the guts to remove him from the squad or take him out of the match if he doesn’t fit.”