World Cup & Mohamed Salah
Will Mohamed Salah be ready to play for Egypt on Friday against Uruguay at the 2018 World Cup?
48 hours before the match with Uruguay, it’s still unclear whether Salah will be fit.
Salah was last seen on the pitch in the Champions League final.
After a challenge with Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos, Salah left the final in tears with a shoulder injury.
Egyptians are now busy refreshing their news feeds for updates on Salah’s fitness.
Liverpool send Salah help
One of the best places to keep up to date with Salah’s health is via the official Egyptian football Instagram account.
They’ve uploaded a new set of photos showing Salah working on his shoulder.
Revealing that Salah’s shoulder is clearly still bothering him, the Liverpool forward was pictured doing a variety of exercises which are clearly intent on healing his aching joint.
Liverpool fans have paid specific attention to these new pictures.
That’s because of the person who is working with Salah: Liverpool physio Ruben Pons.
Wearing an Egyptian kit, the Liverpool physio has been sent to Russia to work specifically with Salah.
Fans reveals Liverpool’s Salah is still hurt
Egypt have already landed in Russia for the World Cup.
On Sunday night video footage surfaced which revealed that Salah is still hurt.
As Salah got off the Egyptian bus, one fan tried to get a photo with the Liverpool star.
The fan touched Salah around his neck, and Salah instantly winced. The fan was subsequently pushed away from Salah, revealing that he’s still not 100%.
— Roar Of The Kop (@_RoarOfTheKop_) June 12, 2018
Egypt 2018 World Cup squad
Goalkeepers: Essam El Hadary (Al Taawoun), Mohamed El-Shennawy (Al Ahly), Sherif Ekramy (Al Ahly).
Defenders: Ahmed Fathi, Saad Samir, Ayman Ashraf (all Al Ahly), Mahmoud Hamdy (Zamalek), Mohamed Abdel-Shafy (Al Fateh), Ahmed Hegazi (West Brom), Ali Gabr (Zamalek), Ahmed Elmohamady (Aston Villa), Omar Gaber (Los Angeles FC).
Midfielders: Tarek Hamed, (Zamalek), Shikabala (Zamalek), Abdallah Said (Al Ahli), Sam Morsy (Wigan Athletic), Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal), Mahmoud Kahraba (Al Ittihad), Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke City), Mahmoud Hassan (Kasimpasa), Amr Warda (Atromitos Athens).
Forwards: Marwan Mohsen (Al Ahly), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool).