Liverpool defends Salah against accusations he is not committed to Egypt
Liverpool defended Mohamed Salah against accusations he was showing a lack of commitment to Egypt by returning to his club from the Africa Cup of Nations to get treatment for a hamstring injury.
Salah, one of the most high-profile players at the Africa Cup, is scheduled to fly back to England on Wednesday and will begin an intensive rehabilitation program, Liverpool said, to get him healthy again before the end of the competition.
Liverpool assistant coach Pep Lijnders said on Tuesday that Salah has a proper tear in his hamstring, which is expected to keep the winger out for three to four weeks, backing up a timeline given by Salah’s agent on X, formerly Twitter.
Former Egypt international Ahmed Hassan said in the British newspaper The Daily Mirror that Salah should be staying with the Egypt squad no matter what, even if he only had one leg to stand on, adding that the team captain was plotting his departure from the Egypt camp.
Lijnders was quick to downplay those comments.
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