Mohamed Salah’s agent has angered Liverpool fans with his reaction to the Egyptian star’s substitution against Chelsea on Thursday.
The Reds were trailing at Anfield after Mason Mount’s opener when Jurgen Klopp took the shocking decision to replace Salah after only 62 minutes.
Salah was unhappy with the change as television cameras caught the former Chelsea star repeatedly shaking his head on the bench.
And Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas Issa, also showed his unhapiness towards Klopp’s decision as he posted a full stop on Twitter few minutes after he was substituted.
But, Liverpool fans quickly blasted Salah’s agent for his reaction to the substitution.
One Liverpool supporter replied the tweet: ‘You know your player isn’t bigger than this club, right? He didn’t make LFC the legendary club that it is, right? And this attitude is unprofessional and absolute bulls***, yeah???’
Another fan said: ‘You’re his agent and you’re literally making things worse for your own client, hope the little bit of attention is worth it.’
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Another Liverpool fan said: ‘This is what happens when agents get paid too much money for transfers, they get loud and push agendas.’
Salah has previously shown his unhapiness towards Klopp earlier this campaign when he was substituted in the 1-1 draw with Brighton.
When asked if he encourages Jurgen Klopp to rotate his attackers during an interview in January, Salah said: ‘This is a very difficult question for me to answer.
‘I want to play every minute I can play. ‘But I cannot discuss this because it has to do with the tactics and viewpoint of the coach.
‘But if you are asking me about my opinion, I like to play in every match, the full 90 minutes, and even 95 minutes.
‘I want to play until the last second of the game. ‘But at the end of the day, the coach decides, and the players respect his decision.’