Mohamed Salah has claimed that Liverpool’s attacking trio do not mind who scores the most goals, amid rumours of a rift with Sadio Mane.
The Egyptian forward raced to the defence of teammate Mane after some suggestions that the Senegal winger was refusing to pass to Salah out of jealousy. However, Salah has denied those claims, insisting there is a “solidarity” between Liverpool’s front three.
He told France Football: “We are friends, we talk a lot. Generally, all three of us sit in the dressing room at the same place, right after the matches.
“There is a real solidarity between us because we do not care who will score the most or who scores first.
“Everyone works to make sure the other succeeds. And as you can see, we all score.”
Liverpool’s attacking trident of Salah, Mane and Roberto Firmino scored 57 Premier League goals between them last season – more than some entire teams – as Salah claimed the Golden Boot in his first season since returning to the Premier League.