On April 27, 2024, during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool FC at London Stadium, Mohamed Salah of Liverpool had a dispute with Manager Jurgen Klopp on the touchline before a substitution. Salah, who started on the bench, was urged away by teammate Darwin Nunez before entering the field of play. When questioned by a journalist after the game, Salah declined to speak, stating, “If I speak today there will be fire,” indicating his refusal to resolve the matter. The draw against West Ham United was a setback for Liverpool in their title charge, potentially leaving them six points behind Arsenal by the end of the weekend.

Klopp chose not to elaborate on what the argument was about, stating, “We spoke about that moment in the dressing room with the lads, it’s done.” After the game, Klopp indicated that Salah also considered the matter closed and resolved, saying, “Yes, that’s my feeling,” as per Goal.

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