Sadio Mane says Klopp called him to office for truce after spat with Salah

Sadio Mane says Klopp called him to office for truce after spat with Salah

- Sadio Mane was in August angry with Mohamed Salah for not giving him a pass against Burnley

- He confronted Salah in the dressing room after the game before they both settled their issue

- Klopp later called Mane into his office and he discovered that the two players have settled

Liverpool striker Sadio Mane has explained how manager Jurgen Klopp wanted to settle the issue he had with teammate Mohamed Salah after the Premier League game against Burnley.

Although the Reds' won the encounter 3-0, but Senegalese Sadio Mane was seen furious with his teammate Mohamed Salah, over his refusal to give him a pass on the pitch.

Sadio Mane left the pitch shouting at the bench as he was substituted by Jurgen Klopp late in the second half.

He eventually challenged Mohamed Salah in the dressing room after the game in which the Egyptian told him that he did not see him.

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These two African stars who were highest goal scorers last season in the Premier League later settled their issue even before Klopp came in.

''Salah said to me 'Sadio, why are you angry?' I told him 'You needed to give me the ball, Mo', to which he replied 'I didn't see you. You know I've got nothing against you.

“We talked between ourselves, and then the manager called me into his office and we spoke. I told him it was already sorted and he was pleasantly surprised,'' Mane explained according to Daily Star UK.

Meanwhile, Liverpool are topping the Premier League standings and Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah are expected to lead the attack against Manchester United.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Sadio Mane's recent row with Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah during the 3-0 win at Burnley, was enjoyed by team captain Jordan Henderson.

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The Senegalese international was angry after he got substituted for Divock Origi, shortly after Salah refused to pass the ball to him when the Reds had a scoring chance.

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