Liverpool buddies Mohamed Salah and Dejan Lovren continue their bromance ahead of clash with Watford

I’ve missed you! Liverpool buddies Mohamed Salah and Dejan Lovren continue their bromance ahead of clash with Watford

  • Mohamed Salah and Dejan Lovren are reunited after the international break
  • The pair have become good friends since Salah joined Liverpool last summer 
  • The duo posted on Instagram showing the Liverpool stars reunited at Melwood
  • Lovren has had a continued spat with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos 

Jack Kinnersley For Mailonline

Mohamed Salah and Dejan Lovren are reunited as the pair returned to training after the international break ahead of Liverpool’s clash with Watford.

The duo are often posting pictures together on Instagram as their friendship continues to grow.

Despite seeing each other 10 days ago in The Reds’ 2-0 victory over Fulham, the Liverpool stars looked delighted to be back together again.

Dejan Lovren posted a picture on his Instagram story alongside his friend Mohamed Salah

Dejan Lovren posted a picture on his Instagram story alongside his friend Mohamed Salah

Lovren has shown his loyalty to Salah by his continued spat with Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos. 

The Real Madrid captain tangled with Salah in May’s Champions League final which resulted in the Liverpool forward being taken off injured.  

Since that day Ramos and Lovren have exchanged words with the Croatian defender recently taunting the Spain international after Croatia’s 3-2 win on Thursday. 

Salah also posted a video zooming in on his pal to show his delight that the pair are reunited

Salah also posted a video zooming in on his pal to show his delight that the pair are reunited

Lovren hasn't played for Jurgen Klopp's side since October and will be hoping to face Watford

Lovren hasn’t played for Jurgen Klopp’s side since October and will be hoping to face Watford

Ramos later liked a photo posted on Instagram of Lovren crying after Liverpool’s 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in May. 

Salah scored a last-minute winner for Egypt against Tunisia in African Cup of Nations qualifying on Friday. 

Lovren hasn’t played for Jurgen Klopp’s side since October and will be hoping to apply the pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester City on Saturday, with a win against Watford.  


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