Liverpool star player Mohamed Salah has made it known he is still on good terms with his former manager Jose Mourinho.
The Egyptian international said he still speaks to the Portuguese tactician and that things are fine between them.
Salah moved to Stamford Bridge in Jose’s second stint at West London, but the manager failed to give him lots of chances to prove his worth before he was loaned out to Italy.
The talented player joined Liverpool last summer from Roma and has quickly settled to life at his new club.
The African star has been impressive at Anfield and has quickly evolved into one of the most important members in Jurgen Klopp’s team.
In 38 appearances this season so far for the reds, Salah has scored 28 goals.
However, despite all he faced under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea, the talented player is not holding a grudge against the Portuguese tactician, and he insists he has a good relationship with the former Real Madrid boss.
He told FourFourTwo magazine that he had a little chat with Jose after the game against the red devils this term.
Salah won the African Player of The Year Award some days back and has been heavily linked with Real Madrid in recent times.