English Premier League giants Liverpool boss have been reported to have a major relieve ahead of their Saturday’s league clash against North London side Arsenal.
The Reds were earlier feared to play the game without star player and Egypt international Mohamed Salah as a result of the threat of a ban by the FA which was later overlooked.
The former AS Roma star was accused of diving to earn a penalty for his Liverpool side which ensured their win against Newcastle in the Premier League tie.
Calls were therefore made by some pundits, calling for the ban of the star player which would have made him miss two Premier League games.
However, it has been confirmed that Mohamed Salah will not be banned and will be much available for the Merseyside club which remains a major boost for his side as they hope to maintain the lead on top of the table.
Manager Jurgen Klopp is alleged to be worried before the outcome as he has big confidence in the presence of the Egypt international.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are sitting top in the Premier League table with six points clear above second-placed Tottenham after rivals Manchester City saw a defeat against Leicester City.