Former Premier League striker Nigel Jemson believes there is some “friction” between Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane at Liverpool.
The pair have formed part of a fabled front three at Anfield, along with Roberto Firmino.
Salah has been with the club since 2017, when he joined from Roma, while Mane joined in 2016.
They both played key roles in Liverpool winning the Premier League last season, but Jemson believes that each player wants to be the key man on Merseyside under Jurgen Klopp.
Both remain vital members of Liverpool’s squad, and they both have a goal to their name already this season; Salah scored against Norwich City, while Mane netted against Burnley as the Reds won each game.
Jemson, who is a Liverpool fan, told Football FanCast exclusively: “Salah is bang on form again.
“If Mane and Salah play together, because sometimes you look at them and there’s a bit of friction there, I think, because he wants to be the main man, but if they can play together as a partnership, they’re as good as anybody in the Premier League.”