By Atiya Riffat
Mohamed Salah could at present assume a part for Egypt at the World Cup after the Egyptian Football Association declared Wednesday that the harmed Liverpool striker would be out for “not more” than three weeks.
Salah improbable to have any impact in the summer competition in the wake of managing shoulder damage in the primary portion of Liverpool’s 3-1 overcome against Real Madrid in the Champions League last on Saturday night.
The EFA president, Hani Abu Reda, the national group mentor Hector Cuper and specialist Mohamed Abou El-Ela met Salah on Wednesday in Valencia, where the 25-year-old is experiencing treatment and restoration.
A post on the alliance’s Facebook page read: “The delegation of the national team was briefed on the recovery programme for the player, who is walking well and aims to join the squad in the World Cup, as well as the determination of the great player to catch up with his team-mates. For his part, Mohamed Abou El-Ela said that the period of absence of Salah due to injury will not exceed three weeks.”
An entire three-week nonappearance would likely keep Salah out of activity until in any event June 17, which means he would miss Egypt’s opening apparatus in Group An against Uruguay on June 15. They at that point confront Russia on June 19 and Saudi Arabia on June 25.