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Salah, the prolific scorer with 30 goals across various competitions this season, expressed profound devastation, emphasizing that the club possessed “no justification” for their inability to secure a spot in the pinnacle of European club tournaments.
“We had everything we needed to make it to next year’s Champions League and we failed, We are Liverpool and qualifying to the competition is the bare minimum,” the Egyptian international wrote on Twitter.
“I am sorry but it’s too soon for an uplifting or optimistic post. We let you and ourselves down.” Salah added.
I’m totally devastated. There’s absolutely no excuse for this. We had everything we needed to make it to next year’s Champions League and we failed. We are Liverpool and qualifying to the competition is the bare minimum. I am sorry but it’s too soon for an uplifting or optimistic… pic.twitter.com/qZmA9WsueM
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) May 25, 2023
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🗣️ "Mo [Salah] loves being here."
🗣️ "If a player would come to me and say we didn't qualify for the Champions League, I have to leave, I would drive him to the other club." 😅
Jurgen Klopp answered on the future of the Liverpool forward 🔴 pic.twitter.com/AtWvAgShHG
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 27, 2023
In the meantime, Salah will be looking to add to his goal tally when Liverpool take on Southampton on Sunday.
If he scores, The 30-year-old will become the first Liverpool player since Roger Hunt in 1965-66 to score 20 league goals and provide 10 assists in a season for three consecutive seasons, eclipsing the record he currently shares with Thierry Henry.