Liverpool’s winger Sadio Mane has opened up on ‘disagreements’ with superstar teammate Mohamed Salah, with the forward saying it’s a ‘pleasure’ to perform with the Egyptian talisman.
France Football claims that Liverpool front-man Mane has admitted to having ‘disagreements’ with team-mate Salah.
It looks as though the so-called falling outs have been massively exaggerated as Mane insists that it’s a ‘pleasure’ to perform alongside the former Roma man.
Rumours of a rift between the duo were sent into overdrive when Mane violently reacted to Salah’s reluctance to pass the ball during the Reds’ win at Burnley earlier this season.
Here’s what the Senegalese winger had to say on his team-mate:
“He’s a crazy goalscorer and an exceptional player who can do everything,”
“We have sometimes had our disagreements, but it remains a great pleasure to play beside him because I have the feeling we speak the same type of football.”
Everyone around Liverpool will be wishing that this interview finally puts to bed rumours of a falling out between the pair, as it looks to be nothing more than an exaggerated on-pitch dispute.
Salah and Mane look likely contenders for the Premier League Golden Boot once again this campaign, although their attention will surely be on lifting the title.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have put themselves in an ideal position to win the league this season, and it will be interesting to see if Pep Guardiola can mastermind a comeback for Manchester City once again.