Mohamed Salah shrugs off injury to join Egypt training


Egypt will take to their first World Cup finals since 1990, after Salah himself fired them to Russian Federation with a last-minute penalty against Congo in a play-off fixture.

With his participation in the World Cup in Russian Federation called into question after a shoulder injury, Egyptian superstar Mo Salah is working hard to be fit to help his team in the opening match against Uruguay on Friday.

He took part in the team training session on Wednesday but did not engage in any pieces of training that involves the ball.

Klopp is keen to land a new No 1 this summer, especially following Loris Karius' horror show in the Champions League final against Real Madrid last month.

The Egypt global won the PFA player of the year award ahead of Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne to cap an incredible first season at Liverpool FC.

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Its group also includes Saudi Arabia and host Russian Federation.

However Egypt team doctor Mohamed Abou El-Ela placed some caution on any hopes Salah will play a part against Uruguay in their Group A opener this Friday.

Leheita said a physiotherapist from the medical staff of Salah's Liverpool club was at Grozny to help, and denied the English club was pressuring the Egyptians not to play Salah before he is fully fit.

"I'm with Luis (Suarez), I like the best players to play, I train with the best and I want the best players to play", said Muslera.