But they’ve proven in recent years under Klopp that they’re more than capable of dealing with big-name players leaving.
Philippe Coutinho was sold for a club-record fee to Barcelona back in 2018 and that money was used to help fund Alisson, Fabinho and Virgil van Dijk.
Diogo Jota’s immediate impact since joining in the summer as well has been further proof of Liverpool’s impressive recruitment record in recent years.
Salah would still command a huge fee in the transfer market despite approaching 30 soon.
But it appears as though Liverpool are reasonably confident that Salah will not look to leave anytime soon.