Liverpool youth coach Gary O’Neil will not be apprehensive about Mohamed Salah’s dedication to the Reds amid studies linking him with a transfer to Spain.
Stories have emerged claiming Liverpool had been contemplating promoting Salah with a former teammate saying he’s ‘upset’ about his scenario at Anfield.
Earlier this month, Salah admitted he was ‘very disillusioned’ to not captain Liverpool in a Champions League conflict with Midtjylland, with the armband as an alternative given to teenager Trent Alexander-Arnold.
In the identical interview wherein he expressed his disappointment at not captaining the Reds, Salah refused to rule out a future switch to Actual Madrid or Barcelona.
The Egypt famous person has been a revelation at Liverpool since becoming a member of from Roma in 2017, and it’s no shock the world’s largest golf equipment need to signal him.
In three-and-a-half seasons, he’s scored 110 objectives in simply 173 appearances, profitable the Premier League and Champions League.
He has additionally received two Golden Boots and the Participant of the Season award in 2017/18.
Hypothesis about Salah’s future has been persistent – and is bound to proceed with the January switch window opening in barely over per week – however O’Neil, who’s Liverpool’s Below-23s assistant coach, sees no purpose to be apprehensive.
He informed White and Jordan on talkSPORT: “I’m eager to guage it on performances and the man that got here on for half an hour towards Crystal Palace doesn’t appear sad, for me.
“What I’m listening to about how exhausting he works in coaching and the way bubbly he’s across the floor, I don’t see it being a difficulty.
“Gamers will give interviews and, generally, particularly when they’re executed in different nations and different languages, there will likely be stuff that comes again.
“I believe you must decide him on his performances and for me he doesn’t appear like a man sad at Liverpool Soccer Membership.
“What I hear about how he trains and the way exhausting he works he undoubtedly doesn’t give off the notion that he’s sad.”