Mohamed Salah provides major injury update ahead of the World Cup

Mohamed Salah provides major injury update ahead of the World Cup

On Saturday, thousands and thousands of fans attended an Egypt training session with Mohamed Salah present, who appeared to be in good spirits following his shoulder injury in the Champions League final. "Well, you can do what Sergio Ramos did for example", Kutepov said.

The Liverpool winger didn't take part in the team's first open training session in Russian Federation, as he is still recovering from a shoulder injury suffered in the Reds' Champions League final loss to Real Madrid late in May.

"When I fell to the ground, I had a mixture of physical pain and a lot of concern", he said. "I want to know, but I am focused on the World Cup", he told reporters while away on worldwide duty with Belgium.

Chelsea finished in a disappointing fifth place in the league last season, and it is expected that their failure to qualify for the Champions will seriously impact their ability to attract top class players this summer.

"Now I'm better, though". "I'm hopeful of being able to play in our first game, but this will depend on how I feel when the day comes around".

Salah conceded that qualifying for the World Cup for the first time in 28 years is an achievement in itself for Egypt.

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Belgium go to the World Cup with arguably one of the most talented squads in the entire competition, boasting a host of players who have starred in Europe's biggest leagues.

"Fortunately, the players here are very malleable and have adapted to what we want from them", the coach said in an exclusive interview with Arab News.

Chelsea want to make Hazard the highest paid player in their history on around £300,000-a-week.

"In my head the pressure is to achieve something different from what we have done".

Samuel Marsden covers Barcelona for ESPN FC.

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