• Mohamed Salah is rumored to be leaving Liverpool after a mysterious pullout by Jurgen Klopp
  • Klopp is aware of Salah's disappointment but does not see it as a problem
  • Salah once expressed interest in joining either Barcelona or Real Madrid

Mohamed Salah has been mentioned as someone that could be on the move in the next transfer window although the rumor died down.

However, the buzz is up again following Liverpool’s loss to Chelsea, 1-0.

The 28-year-old was subbed with around 30 minutes left in that match, with Jurgen Klopp putting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in his place. Salah could be seen shaking his head as he was about to be replaced. But that was not the one that spurred transfer rumor possibilities.

Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas, added more fuel to the fire when he put up a cryptic tweet on social media.

It was a tweet that showed only a dot although pundits felt it was something tied to Klopp’s decision to take him out.

Hence, most are now raising the possibility of Salah possibly moving out in the summer, with the two not happy with what is going on at Anfield.

Considering Salah has been performing well this season, it would be hard to fathom that he could move moving out in the next transfer window.

But if one is to look back at a previous random interview with AS, the Egyptian forward did not rule out the possibility of possibly playing for Real Madrid or Barcelona in the future.

“Who knows what will happen in the future, but right now I am focused on winning the Premier League and the Champions League with Liverpool again,” Salah said at that time.

However, Salah knows that moving out and joining a new club will not be easy. That will still fall at the hands of Liverpool.

Seeing how he remains one of the lethal options, despite that mysterious substitution against Chelsea, all he can do is wait and see if a move out of Anfield Stadium is in the cards.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah reacts during the defeat at Leicester
Mo Salah has scored 118 competitive goals for Liverpool so far. POOL / CARL RECINE

As far as Klopp’s decision to replace Salah against Chelsea, he said that it was not a problem and that he made the move to just bring in fresh legs.

The coach conceded that he saw the disappointment in the face of the Egyptian but does not consider it a problem, Sky Sports reported.

“I could have changed others, but he looked like he felt the intensity and I didn’t want to risk it. I’ve known him a long time and he usually looks fresh. It was a sign not to risk him,” Klopp explained.