Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho has spoken out about his frustration at being frozen out at Anf...
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho has spoken out about his frustration at being frozen out at Anfield on Snapchat, according to the Liverpool Echo.
Sakho is well down the pecking order under manager Jurgen Klopp and rejected multiple opportunities to leave on loan in the summer despite being urged by Liverpool to do so in order to get his career back on track.
It has been a testing time for Sakho in recent months after he was suspended by UEFA following a positive doping test before being cleared in July. He suffered an Achilles injury that meant he would miss the start of the Premier League season and was sent home from the club's preseason tour to the United States for disciplinary issues.
On his Snapchat story, which has since been deleted, Sakho reportedly said: "Now it's 3 weeks I am fit to play games. I finish all my reabilitation [sic] work. They don't want me to play also with segonde [second] team lol. Why I don't know.
"Still working hard like [a] Scouse Solider. Still not talking cose [because] I want to speak on the pitch. I will speak soon for the people who support me and don't understand the situation.
"Still happy to live my 'Liverpool Country" whith [sic] my familly [sic], [I] hope to have chance to play soon to give my best like I try to do always.
"I accepte [sic] my situation but I can't accepte [sic] the lie. The fans deserve to know the true [sic]. Thanks for your support."
Klopp has previously been adamant that Sakho needs time to get back to full fitness, having last played a game for Liverpool back in April.