"No worries (about Salah's future)... Obviously Mo loves being here and Mo was part of it. He said apologies for what 'we' did, not apologies for 'what the other guys did, but I had to go with them'. Not at all, it's all fine," Klopp said.
The German will miss two games, starting with Saturday's encounter against Aston Villa, and fined 75,000 pounds ($94,657.50) for accusing referee Paul Tierney of having something "against" Liverpool.
Klopp has often spoken of the need for a rebuild at Anfield, but the club's American owner John Henry in March said Liverpool will not fall into the trap of spending beyond their means in the pursuit of success.
On Sunday, Liverpool host European qualifying rivals Spurs, who are without a win in their last three games and were humbled by third-placed Newcastle last Sunday, conceding five goals in the opening 21 minutes.
"I want to play the best possible football. We have to be focused on the game coming up, that is Tottenham. What happens in the next few weeks will be very important for next season."
Manchester United's Marcus Rashford has a "mix of everything" and can score goals in numerous ways, Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said as he called on his side to work as a unit to contain the England forward in Sunday's Premier League game at Anfield.
FSG, who completed the takeover of Liverpool for 300 million pounds ($342.06 million) in 2010, earlier this week responded to reports of a sale by saying they would explore the option of bringing in investors if it was in Liverpool's "best interest".
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has been fined 30,000 pounds ($34,848.00) for clashing with the assistant referee during the 1-0 Premier League win against Manchester City
Norway striker Erling Haaland is a "perfect fit" for Manchester City and Liverpool will have to find ways to limit his threat in attack in Sunday's Premier League game at Anfield, manager Juergen Klopp said.
In the heat of southern Italy, though, Liverpool produced their worst performance of the campaign, with even basic defending and midfield pressing lacking.
Liverpool, who were held to a disappointing draw by promoted Fulham on the opening weekend, have been hit with injuries to several key players.
Salah, who scored 31 times for Liverpool last season as they won the domestic cup double, put pen to paper on a three-year deal last month.
Klopp did not dwell on that misery for more than 24 hours as he quickly turned his attention to the coming season.
The Egyptian winger extended his contract with the Reds, putting an end to all the speculations that linked him with a move away from Anfield.
Origi played a key role in Liverpool's Champions League triumph in 2019 and he leaves the club after scoring 41 goals in 175 appearances.
Salah, who missed his team's 2-1 win over Southampton for injury, is in contention to win the Premier League's top goalscorer award for the third time in history.
The 30-year-old has scored 20 goals in 44 appearances for Liverpool this season, including six in his last seven, as the club seek to secure an unprecedented quadruple.
Klopp's side are bidding to become the first English club to lift all four major trophies in a single season.
With only one point separating City and Liverpool, Klopp praised his team's improvement and said both clubs have pushed each other to get better.
That was the ideal preparation for the seismic showdown with City, who also face Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley on April 16.