Egypt’s Salah out for up to four weeks, says Liverpool physiotherapist

Salah heads to Spain to undergo treatment

FIFA World Cup: Injured Mohamed Salah Likely to be Out For a Month

Just five days after leading Madrid to an unprecedented third Champions League title in succession with a 3-1 win over Liverpool, Zidane told a swiftly organised news conference he was standing down.

Injured in the final of the Champions League May 26, Egyptian worldwide football player Mohamed Salah may not be available for three weeks, according to the Egyptian football association (EFA).

As concerns continued to worry not just Egyptians but Africans at large, Salah moved to Twitter to express his optimism that he will join his fellow Pharaohs to Russian Federation. Talking about their World Cup Games, Egypt will play their opening contest against Uraguay on Jun 15.

Egypt plays in Group A in the World Cup alongside Saudi Arabia, Uruguay and the host nation, Russia.

Salah's presence at the showpiece event in Russian Federation was thrown into doubt after Liverpool's Egyptian winger left the Champions League final after 30 minutes with a shoulder injury.

It was Real Madrid's captain Sergio Ramos who pulled Mo Salah to the ground after the ball had gone.

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Salah, 25, met the national team doctor and Egyptian FA president Hany Abu Rida in Spain on Wednesday.

He added "your love and support will give me the strength I need".

At the time Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp described the injury as "really serious".

And Liverpool FC legend Gerrard has admitted his disappointment at the way Salah's fortunes unfolded during the Champions League final.

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