Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has dismissed concerns that Mohamed Salah may leave the club this summer. The team failed to qualify for the Champions League next season, which means they will have to settle for Europa League action instead. Salah, who scored 30 goals and provided 15 assists, expressed his disappointment on social media, saying that Liverpool had everything they needed to make it to the Champions League but failed. However, Klopp is confident that Salah will remain with the team and help them put things right next season. He stated that he had not heard anything that could lead in the direction of Salah leaving and that the player loves being at Liverpool. Klopp added that if any player were to say they had to leave because the team did not qualify for the Champions League, he would drive them to the other club himself. He also revealed that he saw Salah in the canteen and that he was smiling, indicating that he was not in a bad mood.