Liverpool chiefs are reportedly relaxed over the future of Mohamed Salah despite the winger's recent comments regarding a possible move elsewhere.
The 28-year-old did not make the starting lineup in Liverpool's 7-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace on Saturday, but Salah nevertheless came off the bench to bag two goals and an assist at Selhurst Park.
According to The Athletic, the powers-that-be at Anfield are not concerned about the prospect of losing Salah anytime soon, with the attacker tied down to the Premier League champions until 2023.
The report claims that Klopp's decision to bench Salah against Palace had nothing to do with the winger's comments over his future, and Liverpool chiefs are in no rush to enter negotiations with Salah over a new contract.
The former Chelsea man has struck 110 times and provided 45 assists for Liverpool since arriving on Merseyside three years ago and currently leads the way in the 2020-21 Premier League scoring charts with 13 goals to his name.