Mo Salah injury news – player believes he will play in World Cup

Mo Salah has suggested that his Champions League final injury may not be as serious as first suggested.

Initial suggestions from Jurgen Klopp indicated that there may have been a collarbone or shoulder injury - with some suggesting a dislocation of his left shoulder.

It was his right shoulder that was held and then fell on by Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos.

But late last night the Egyptian FA indicated X-rays had revealed a problem with his ligaments, and rated his chances of being involved in the World Cup in Russia as high.

Salah said on social media 'It was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter. Despite the odds, I'm confident that I'll be in Russia to make you all proud. Your love and support will give me the strength I need.'

The Liverpool players returned to the city today before they head off for either their summer breaks or their World Cup squads.

Salah injury tweet Champions League final

Egypt are set to face Uruguay on the 15th June, before games against Russia on the 19th and Saudi Arabia on the 25th June.

4 comments on
Mo Salah injury news – player believes he will play in World Cup

  1. Whatever Ramos says he has always been a damaging rogue who should realise he will face the same fate when he will most want to win the most important game. This World Cup he will be no show and his team will not even reach semis and that is my curse

  2. A fighter, don’t make me laugh. Biggest game in a decade for his club. Only excuse for going off would be fracture or dislocation. But a bit of ligament bruising? A real fighter would have stayed on for his teammates. Lately we have heard that, unlike some other strikers, he is a team player and not concerned with himself. How empty that has proved to be. Put being a hero in the World Cup for his country above his club mates. At least Karius showed courage and character by fronting up after his mistakes. Love and support need to be earned.

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