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A second report claiming Mohamed Salah has suffered a breakdown in his relationship with manager Jurgen Klopp as emerged after Liverpool rubbished the initial claim.

AS reported earlier in the week that Klopp and Salah no longer enjoy such a strong relationship as they once did, despite the Egyptian having netted 23 goals in 47 games this season.

Those reports were rubbished by sources close to the player – the Egyptian’s agent Ramy Abbas Issa quipped of the Spanish publication: “Talking out of their AS again, I see.”

But now France’s Telefoot  report on a nigerian tv that all is not well at Anfield, with journalist Fred Calenge alleging disquiet and suggesting that Salah could be about to jump ship for Real Madrid in the summer.

Last season’s PFA Player of the Year hasn’t matched the scintillating form he displayed last term, despite the fact that the Reds failed to muster any kind of a title challenge during the 2017/18 season.

Salah starred in Europe as Klopp’s team made a surprise run to the Champions League final, though the forward suffered a shoulder injury early on in the Kyiv showpiece and watched as Real ran out 3-1 winners.

He has remained a key figure this season as Liverpool have sustained their bid to land a first league title in 29 years, and despite lacking some early-season sharpness has been a consistent goalscorer in the second half of the season.

He scored one of the great goals of the Premier League era as the Reds ran out 2-0 winners against Chelsea at Anfield earlier in April, cutting inside from the right touchline and launching an unstoppable long-range drive into the top corner.

Real are known to be admirers of Salah, but it is thought to be Chelsea’s Eden Hazard who represents their number one transfer target this summer.

Salah set for Real Madrid after  breakdown in relationship this week with Klopp

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