It's done, Jurgen Klopp speaks out after  argument with Mohamed Salah

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has insisted that there are no hard feelings between himself and Mohamed Salah after the touchline clash.

As Mohamed Salah was waiting to come on as a late substitute at The London Stadium, television coverage showed the Egyptian and Klopp in a heated exchange.

Mohamed Salah was dropped to the bench following a series of underwhelming performances and it might have gotten to the player’s head, especially after the club’s defeat in the Merseyside derby on Wednesday night.

Salah was seen arguing with his manager when he went over to speak with him before Darwin Nunez pulled his teammate away from continuing the exchange.

After the game, Jurgen Klopp refused to reveal the reason behind the fallout, but he insisted the incident is now water under the bridge.

“We spoke about that moment in the dressing room with the lads, it’s done,” Klopp said after the game.

“Does Mo Salah also consider matter closed and resolves? Yes, that’s my feeling”.

The 2-2 draw against West Ham on Saturday sees Liverpool drop out of the title race as they now seem to be settling for a third-placed finish behind Manchester City and Arsenal.