Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has dismissed speculations that he had a dispute with his star man, Mohammed Salah.
Spanish newspaper, AS, earlier this month, claimed Salah was no longer happy working at Anfield and wants to quit in the summer after an all-out with the German manager.
Telefoot of France repeated the story this week and that has made Jurgen Klopp come out to refute the claims while also addressing rumours about Firmino's injury.
"I always tell you don’t believe 3% of what you hear on social media,” Klopp said to the BBC after Liverpool's 5-0 win over Huddersfield.
“I had no argument with Mo especially after the Chelsea game and Roberto Firmino is not out for the season.
“It’s kind of a small tear, and we will see. It’s Bobby Firmino so I would say he’ll be ready for Barcelona (in the Champions League semi-final at Camp Nou on Wednesday).
“It’s not 100%, it’s not too far away, but it’s Bobby Firmino and he’s a machine so we will see.
“We will take no risks, and it’s good we showed it can work without him.”