Klopp has suggested that he could even start the forwards in the same eleven this season and some startling statistics would certainly suggest that it is a partnership that could thrive this season.
"It's normal for an offensive player to have times when you don't score but he's still a threat".
The chorus of You'll Never Walk Alone under the lights is enough to pick up even the least motivated of players and the enthusiasm goes hand in hand with Jurgen Klopp's gegenpressing style. That's how it is, but it is completely normal that everybody expects that.
Salah was substituted after giving the ball away in the build-up to PSG's second goal, which nearly earned the French side an unlikely draw after trailing 2-0 in Tuesday's Champions League opener.
"No one remembers that (his slow start last season), it is really no problem".
"We don't expect that, but we want him to score as often as possible".
"Of course, of course everyone expects that, that is clear", he said.
'Yes, he's ready. Why should I think that about Bobby?
Manolo Gabbiadini will also be absent as a lower hamstring injury will keep him out of the sixth Premier League gameweek.
"That's good and how I said there are a lot of games to come and these two boys can play together as well - they did in the past, by the way, and they can do it again". "He needed time last year, like we all needed time, and it will take time this year, that's all".
Salah needed time past year.
The German continued: "He is a top professional and his body gives him the opportunity to do so". "I had a long injury in my career and the first month you take it somehow and then you think: "That's really boring and it's not exactly why I wanted to play football".