Football News: The Egyptian stealer suffered a shoulder injury during the Champions League final against Liverpool, but he is determined to make the cut for the World’s greatest event.
Salah is optimistic about his world cup dreams.
Egypt and Liverpool star Mo Salah is optimistic that this season he could represent his country on the biggest stage of Football after he suffered an injury in the Champions League final, where his team Liverpool bite the dust by 3-1 goals against Real Madrid.
Salah’s hopes to represent his country in Russia, take a blow when he was forced off in Kiev after tangling with the Madrid defender Sergio Ramos.
The reports of his injury are kind of a mix of reports where most of the fans believe that Salah will get fit before the world cup, and many believe he will miss the grand event.
The chairman of Saudi Arabia Turki Al-Sheikh believes that Salah would not take a part in World cup.
The Liverpool star twitted: "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."
According to the FIFA rules Egypt has to announce before June 4, whether Salah will take part in the World cup or not.
Before that Salah has to prove his fitness, now he is facing a race against time.