Good news for Liverpool fans as Anfield superstar shares latest update on injury

Mohamed Salah’s chances of playing in the World Cup seem to be increasing as the Egyptian shared an image on social media claiming “good feelings”.

The 25-year-old suffered an injury in the Champions League final against Real Madrid after Sergio Ramos tackled him.

It was Salah’s absence that took a lot of bite away from our attack as we lost the final 3-1 and there were fears that he would miss the World Cup despite helping Egypt quality for the tournament.

The image sees Salah use an elastic band to stretch out the shoulder that was injured in the final and we can also see a medicine ball and other gym equipment in the background.

Although Ramos tangled with the right arm of Salah, the injury was on the left shoulder and he had to be replaced after 30 minutes.

This image could be a sign that Salah is preparing well and he could be stronger and even better than before, which would be frightening for the opposition.

The 25-year-old won the Golden Boot last season as he outscored Harry Kane and with the failure to land trophies and the injury in the final, he might actually be fired up for Liverpool and Egypt, which is great news.

Even though many believed that the injury could keep him out for months, Sky Sports reported that the Egyptian FA does not see Salah out for more than three weeks, which should give him enough time to have a part to play in the World Cup in Russia.

The African side first face Uruguay on 15 June and the other teams in their group include Saudi Arabia and hosts Russia. Hence, a decent performance could be on the cards should they avoid defeat against the European countries in the group.

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