Jurgen Klopp has discussed Mohamed Salah’s plans for his ‘average’ condition.

Jurgen Klopp has described Mohamed Salah’s imminent absence as a “moderate situation” but admitted his plans to replace the striker may vary depending on the situation.

Salahis expected to feature in Liverpool’s home game against Newcastle on Monday night before facing Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations in January and February. United’s top scorer this season could miss seven games in all competitions if Egypt reach the Ivory Coast final. Regarding his star man’s departure next month, Klopp said there are no pre-planned plans to compensate for the loss of Salah and stressed that match availability will determine how Liverpool adapt.

In his pre-match press conference against Newcastle, Klopp told reporters: “Every plan depends on who is available, so if I don’t know who they are, why do I think I can use anyone when Mo comes out in October?” ‚ÄúThen you can use it. “We have a solution today and hopefully we can find one after the Newcastle game. It’s not the first time. It’s very normal to lose a scorer, but we’ve had bad ones in the past with Sadio and Mo, that one.” And somehow I won. And it got even worse because one of them always made it pretty far in the tournament. “So we have to overcome this problem.

We knew the Africa Cup of Nations was going to happen occasionally and Mo had to go. It was always clear. Now Endo will also participate in the Asian Cup. This is. “We knew that and now we have to deal with it and we will.”Along with Salah, Wataru Endo is another member of the Liverpool squad who will be leaving next month.The Japanese captain will represent his country in the Asian Cup, which will be held between January 12 and February 10.

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