Revealing the date of Salah’s return to Liverpool

British journalist Dave Okup, who is close to Liverpool, revealed that Mohamed Salah is on his way to recovery and will return to the stadiums again in the next few days.

According to what Okup published, Salah will likely be able to participate in the Sparta Prague match next Thursday in the first leg of the round of 16 of the European League.

The plan for Jurgen Klopp is for Salah to participate for a few minutes in the Prague match, and to participate fully in the most important match against Manchester City next Sunday.

Salah’s return will mean a major crisis for him and Liverpool in the face of the Egyptian Football Association, which is determined to assign the player to the camp this March, despite the Reds’ attempts to refuse.

This raises many questions about Salah’s relationship with the new Egyptian national team coach, Hossam Hassan, especially after it was announced that the technical staff has not been able to communicate with the player yet.

In general, Egypt announced that it would include Salah in the camp if he participated for a single minute with Liverpool before that, which confirms that the coming days will witness a conflict between the three parties.

FIFA laws support the Egyptian national team’s right to include Salah as long as he does not suffer from an injury, but the position of the player himself remains unknown, especially with reports that he does not prefer to participate with Hossam Hassan.

It is noteworthy that the coach criticized Salah a lot during the African Cup of Nations and attacked his return to Liverpool instead of staying with the national team in Côte d’Ivoire after his injury.

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