Liverpool slipped to fourth place in the Premier League off the back of the weekend's results.

Victories for Leicester City and Manchester City, allied with the Reds' 0-0 draw with Manchester United, saw Jurgen Klopp's side slip out of the top two, though they remain within one win of the top spot.

Liverpool again failed to score despite dominating possession and largely controlling the game at Anfield.

Mohamed Salah has not scored in his last four league games, only spurring more rumours about his future, while Klopp faced yet more questions about his team's attacking play.

Here is a digest of the latest Liverpool headlines in the aftermath of the 0-0 draw.

Salah sets record straight on future

Salah insists that he is 100% committed to Liverpool, despite consistent reports linking with an Anfield exit.

The forwards spoke admirably about Real Madrid and Barcelona earlier this year, sparking reports that he could force through an exit in the summer.

However, with his contract set to expire in 2023, he once again reiterated his desire to remain on Merseyside.

"I do not know," he told Norwegian channel TV2 when asked about his future. "If you ask, I say I want to stay here as long as I can, but as I have said before, it is in the hands of the club.

"I will always give 100% to the last minute I am in this club and I want to win as many trophies as I can.

"And I want to give 100% to the people, who show me love all the time."

Salah has not scored in four league games, but has 17 goals in 26 games in all competitions this season. Klopp will be keen to see him return to peak form as they look to break a run of no wins in their last four league matches.

Read more on Salah's future and what the Egyptian had to say here.

Richard Keys labels Liverpool as "scared"

Richard Keys believes that Liverpool are "scared to death" after they extended their winless run to four games and slipped to fourth in the Premier League.

United and Liverpool played out a rather drab 0-0 draw on Sunday afternoon, in which Liverpool were mostly in control but again failed to create meaningful chances in the final third.

And Keys believes that United could have taken advantage of a "bits and pieces Liverpool".

Putting himself in Solskjaer's shoes, he said on BEIN Sports: "What am I dealing with? I'm dealing with a bits and pieces Liverpool, they are scared to death, they are frightened of us. Psychologically we've won the battle this week.

Jurgen Klopp in conversation with Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. (Photo by PETER POWELL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

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"I'm going to come here, i'm not going to do myself damage in 20 minutes I'm going to get on the front foot and I'm playing."

On Liverpool, he added: "Liverpool (last) week (were) concerned about the prospect of playing Manchester United.

"With the form they (Liverpool) are in, the players he (Klopp) has got and having been knocked off the top, Manchester United could have come here and... be careful, let's not be rash, but we're going to win this and make a statement."