Goal-machine Salah targets silverware not personal glory
Premier League Salah is also only the third different player in Liverpool history to score 40 or more goals in all competitions in a single season, after Roger Hunt (1961-62) and Ian Rush (1983-84 and 1986-87). For all Liverpool’s attacking joie de vivre in recent weeks Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has quietly and efficiently gone about his business between the sticks.
The whispers in the corridors of Melwood are that Belgian Simon Mignolet will move on to pastures new in the summer given he has turned 30 and wants regular first-team football. If Mignolet departs it will leave Jurgen Klopp with something of a goalkeeping dilemma.
Does he bring in a proven No. 1 to replace Karius as many fans clamoured for earlier in the season?
Does Klopp sign a young goalkeeper with the potential to emerge as his first choice? Or will he look for an old hand who is happy to sit on the b e n c h b u t e x p e r i en c e d enough to cope with big games if required?