Jurgen Klopp unconcerned with Mohamed Salah's shoulder as star makes Liverpool return

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City manager Guardiola, however, could not be prouder of the record-setting Premier League champions post-match.

Their lead did not last long, however, as Mohamed Salah buried a header six minutes later - with his second touch of the game and just 52 seconds after coming off the bench.

"They are certainly the favourites to lift the Premier League this season".

"I think if you have the money, if you invest well, it is better than have it in the bank because the interests are very low", Mourinho said after the penalty shootout victory over AC Milan in Los Angeles.

Salah and Sadio Mane were on target in the second-half to give the Reds a 2-1 win over Manchester City in their International Champions Cup fixture on Thursday morning and they were rewarded for their goalscoring exploits with a visit from James Bond himself.

The City keeper used a back-pass from young academy player, and under-pressure Cameron Humphreys-Grant, who had Salah breathing down his neck.

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Liverpool have three more pre-season games remaining before they begin their Premier League campaign against West Ham United on 11 August.

Liverpool took their spending for the calendar year to around £250 million with the signing of Alisson, who joined the club in a £67 million deal from Roma last week.

"We don't think about that, we just try to make the best of it". That is a good example for the club.

"[Salah] is fit, he trains completely normal and maybe he gets a few minutes tonight [against City] and we'll see that", Klopp said in an exclusive interview with ESPN FC.

"We are going to adapt, simple as that. Now he's in ideal condition, he trains with us but we didn't want to take a risk with him on this pitch because we need players for the beginning of the season".