Jurgen Klopp Shares His Theory On Why Mohamed Salah Flopped At Chelsea
Nov 25 2017
The Chelsea boss said: "It was a lot of wind and we tried to land the first time but it wasn't possible for this reason". But if they come and play the way they can, and are more offensive, I think it plays into Liverpool's hands, it leaves space for the likes of Mane and Salah to capitalise. We have to do this.
Midfielder Emre Can is a doubt for the Chelsea match on Saturday, but first-choice central defender Joel Matip is back in full training after missing Liverpool's last two games with a thigh strain.
"To have only one day to prepare and rest is not right for all, not only Chelsea".
"I don't think he has to prove something, I don't think he sees it like that".
"Then he tried, the captain, again and the second time was positive but in these circumstances, you feel a bit afraid, a bit scared, yes".
Victor Moses is set to return to the squad from injury for the tea-time trip to Anfield. "They have to pay more attention and to try and give the same possibilities to each team to recover in the right way and the same way, and not to create problems for only one team". Last time Morata played three games in a row, and after 20 minutes against Man City he was injured.
Hazard, who became close with Salah during the Liverpool winger's short spell at Chelsea earlier in his career, described his former team-mate as a "top, top, top player" ahead of the game, and said he will be asking to swap shirts with the Egyptian afterwards.
The winger made a decision to leave Chelsea for Roma after finding his chances few and far between, and then went on to become one of the best players in Serie A before his move to Liverpool - where he has stepped things up another level and has been spoken of as the Reds' signing of the season. "Salah is a good player, he is very unsafe".
'Salah is a good player, he's very unsafe, hes a technical player but fast the same time, very fast, very strong, very good in one versus one, very good at finishing.
"It happened in the past", he said.
"You have to judge two different situations", he said.