Francesco Totti believes Liverpool are an example to others and he is not surprised that Mohamed Salah is proving such a success at Anfield.
He told liverpoolfc.com: “This season I’ve seen a number of games of Liverpool, especially because Mo Salah is now playing there, I’ve been following it consistently.
“To some extent, it surprises me that [Salah] has been doing so well in his first season at Liverpool.
“But, on the other hand, considering the quality of the squad, the coach they have – Klopp, to me, is one of the best coaches in the world – it didn’t surprise me. They put him in the condition to express himself at his best.”
Totti had nothing but praise for the Reds as a club too, adding: “When I hear the name Liverpool, [I think] respect, a big club, a big team, big fans, and a model to follow.
“Despite the negative result, I have nice memories of that game [at Anfield].
“The atmosphere, the feeling, the passion of the fans – it was very impressive
Mohamed Salah has scored 41 goals since arriving at Anfield and has been voted the PFA Player of the Year.