Klopp put Salah's struggles at Chelsea down to inexperience, saying he was not surprised the Egypt global failed to force his way into a side full of seasoned players who won the title the season after he was first loaned out.
"It was a problem to land [due to wind]".
The Blues acquired Salah from Basel in 2014 before selling him on to Roma two years later, having scored two goals in 13 Premier League appearances during that time.
"And I think all of the players, we all switched off a little bit and we thought that at 3-0 it was going to be a little bit hard for the opposition (to come back)", the 25-year-old Brazilian conceded.
Going to Anfield, Antonio Conte will know that Liverpool will throw everything at you from the moment the whistle is blown; the supporters demand it and it was the same whenever I went there as a player. It was hard in these times to come into the team.
"He's very good to finish".
Philippe Coutinho admits Liverpool must learn from Tuesday's 3-3 ChampionsLeague draw with Sevilla, despite the result keeping them on course to win Group E.
And Klopp believes the struggles Salah experienced at Chelsea should have been expected, of a young player trying to break into a settled squad.
"This is not the first time, in only 1.5 months we had two similar situations and also before a big game against Manchester City and now against Liverpool. I don't think he has to prove something and I don't think he sees it like that". "Salah is a good player, he is very unsafe". He's a technical player, but at the same time he is very fast, very strong and very good in one v one situations.
"To pass that is hard, but we'll see. We need to pay attention but not only to him but to Mane, Firmino, Sturridge and all their strikers because They have a great attacking potential as a team". "I consider him one of the best coaches in the world".