Your morning digest on Saturday, October 16.

'I could be wrong' - Gary Neville names three clubs Mohamed Salah will leave Liverpool for

Gary Neville is the latest pundit to weigh in on Mohamed Salah's contract situation at Liverpool.

The former Manchester United defender believes the winger’s long-term future may lie away from Anfield and suggested three teams Salah could join.

“I don’t think he will stay at Liverpool for the rest of his career," he said on Sky Sports' Overlap forum. "It's my personal view. It’s always been that view but I could be wrong.

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“The Premier League would be weaker if he left. I just think you look at someone like Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Kylian Mbappe, it’s not all about the money.

“There’s a project and there’s something they have to achieve in their lives. They have to play at certain clubs, they have to go and experience certain things.

“I think Salah’s got to experience Real Madrid, the Bernabeu. Real Madrid are going to come back, by the way.

“I know it’s not great at the moment at Barcelona and Madrid but Salah is similar to those I’ve just mentioned, I think he has to have that on his CV at the end of his career.

“I think he’s done an unbelievable job at Liverpool. I’ve just always felt he wants a Paris, a Real Madrid, a Barcelona and I think he’ll go and get it. But I might be wrong!”

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Jurgen Klopp fumes over Curtis Jones injury and aims John Stones dig at England boss Gareth Southgate

Jurgen Klopp has criticised the Football Association after Curtis Jones suffered an injury on international duty ruling the midfielder out of Saturday’s Premier League trip to Watford.

The 20-year-old has been sidelined by a muscle problem sustained while with England’s Under-21s.

Missing the 2-2 Euro U21 Championship qualifying draw in Slovenia last week with a tight groin, Jones came on for the closing 34 minutes against Andorra on Monday.

However, the Reds man aggravated the issue, leaving Klopp short of midfield options with Thiago Alcantara and Harvey Elliott also sidelined and Fabinho unavailable.

The Liverpool boss is unhappy at the lack of communication from the FA over the fitness of Jones during the past fortnight.

"Curtis Jones came back injured from the U21s," said the Reds boss on Friday. "Great. That's not okay,

"It's really difficult to get proper in contact even with the English federation because they just do what they want.

"Curtis didn't train, then wasn't involved in the first game. They didn't do a scan or whatever, then he played a few minutes in the second game.

"Who were the opponents? Andorra? Great. Very important that he played there.

"He came back and has a slight injury and is not available for tomorrow.

"These are the situations we have to deal with. That's why we have these massive squads so we can use players like machines.”

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