‘When one rings it’s only bad news!’: Jurgen Klopp reveals he has two phones and uses one just to get injury news and problems… as Liverpool boss says Mohamed Salah looks ‘really good’ ahead of Napoli visit
- Jurgen Klopp says he has two phones so he can adapt to any given situation
- The Liverpool manager was speaking ahead of Wednesday’s game versus Napoli
- The Champions League holders can finish top of the group with three points
- Klopp also insisted Mohamed Salah is recovering well and training with the team
Jurgen Klopp has divulged that he has two smart phones he uses, and when one of them rings it is ‘only bad news!’
The Liverpool manager was speaking at his pre-match press conference ahead of the Reds’ Champions League game against Napoli at Anfield on Wednesday, where a win will see them top Group E.
Klopp also insisted that Mohamed Salah is making good progress in his recovery from an ankle knock which forced him out of Saturday’s victory against Crystal Palace.
Jurgen Klopp revealed he has two phones he uses and one of them is just for injury concerns
Mohamed Salah was an unused substitute in Liverpool’s win over Crystal Palace on Saturday
On the phones provision, Klopp revealed: ‘I have two smart phones and when one of them is ringing it is rare it is good news, you only get bad news!
‘We know what we have to do, we have to adapt to specific situations of the players and tactical things, where we have to put focus on.
‘We have plans for everything as we change them constantly.’
Meanwhile, Mohamed Salah has not yet fully recovered from an ankle injury he picked up in the win against Leicester on October 5.
Salah aggravated the injury in the 3-1 victory against Manchester City on November 10
Liverpool know a win against Napoli will assure them of qualification and first-place
The Egyptian aggravated the injury in the win against Manchester City before the international break, but Klopp is optimistic he will be fully fit soon.
‘Mo looks really good in training the day before yesterday especially,’ Klopp said.
‘Yesterday he didn’t do too much so we will see today. But I’m not worried about it.’