Mohamed Salah says he still has “a good relationship” with former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
Salah has been one of the players of the Premier League season so far after joining Liverpool from Roma in the summer.
The Egyptian’s previous spell in England was slightly less successful, failing to establish himself at Chelsea after moving to Stamford Bridge in January 2014.
Mourinho signed the winger but Salah played just 19 games in two years on Stamford Bridge, leaving twice on loan.
By the time he was finally sold in 2016, Mourinho had already been sacked, but Salah says there is no bad blood between the two.
“We talked at Chelsea when I first came back from the loan spell at Fiorentina,” Salah told FourFourTwo magazine.
“We also spoke after the match against Manchester United this season and have a good relationship. We didn’t talk much , but it was OK.
“Three years ago I didn’t play much, but since day one back in England I wanted to show what I can do. I think I’m doing well.”
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