Salah's contract: Angry exchange between Klopp and Mo Salah emerge

An angry exchange between Jurgen Klopp and Mohamed Salah has emerged from Liverpool's win over Brighton on Saturday

Liverpool secured a 2-0 win over Brighton in what was a crucial three points in their title race.

Luis Diaz gave the Reds the lead in the first half, before Salah gave Liverpool some much-needed breathing room slotting home a penalty in the second half.

Klopp's men were not at their fluent best going forward and either was Salah, who was having an uncharacteristically poor day at the office.

Klopp was seen screaming at Salah at one point to "pass the ball" after a Liverpool attack broke down.

Salah responded to Klopp asking "to who?", throwing his arms up in the air in sheer frustration.

Salah's mind could have been elsewhere after his agent Ramy Abbas Issa suggested Liverpool’s latest contract offer, which came towards the end of last year, was swiftly rejected.

It is understood no talks have taken place since December, with Abbas making clear he will not come back to the negotiating table unless improved terms are received.

But Klopp insists the club "cannot do much more" in talks as both parties have appeared to reach a stand-off.

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