The Reds are preparing to face Barcelona in the Champions League.
Jurgen Klopp’s side will hope they can better their appearance in the final last season.
One star they will be counting on to perform at the Nou Camp is Salah.
The Egyptian has scored 25 goals and assisted 13 in all competitions this season.
His latest strike against Huddersfield made his the highest scoring player in 100 games in Liverpool’s history.
Some of goals have been assisted by Robertson, who has 11 in total this season.
But footage has emerged which suggests the pair’s communication is not as good off the pitch.
In the clip, Salah is playing a game of “Bezzies” with Dejan Lovren.
One player answers a question about the other one while they are listening to music.
That player is then asked the same question and they win if the answers are the same.
The Croatian is asked which team-mate Salah cannot understand when they speak.
And the 29-year-old is very quick to give an answer.
“Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson,” Lovren replies.
“I want to record what he’s saying and hear it five times to understand what he’s saying”Mo Salah
“[Mo] asks me to translate it back, so I have to read it back to him.”
When it is the Egyptian’s turn to answer, he chooses one star in particular – and reveals his hilarious way of understanding them.
“Robby,” Salah says.
“I want to record what he’s saying and hear it five times to understand what he’s saying.
“I say ‘Robbo, slow down, take it easy’.
“I do understand but I tell him to slow down.”