“Liverpool have Jota as a great replacement for the front three when he is fit. You’re always looking to keep your team fresh but if, all of a sudden, the three of them hit top form and score lots of goals, there is no need to freshen it up,” expressed the 57-year-old.
“With the age that they are, Liverpool need to look to strengthen, but they have three or four years left in them. Whether they stay at Liverpool is hard for anyone to say because of the nature of football.”
Salah fuelled speculation over his Liverpool career when he conducted an interview with Spanish publication AS in December, during which he described Barcelona and Real Madrid as ‘top clubs’.
Haaland and Sancho, meanwhile, have also been the subject of transfer talk in recent months.
The pair were both linked with moves to Manchester United, while Real Madrid are said to be long-term admirers of Mbappe.