May 25, 2024

Mohamed Salah, who went to England to receive treatment for the hamstring injury he suffered during the Africa Cup of Nation last week, has responded to those who questioned his dedication to Egypt.

The Liverpool player’s availability for the duration of the tournament is in question after he was substituted during Egypt’s 2-2 draw with Ghana on Thursday.Mail Sport is aware that Salah has returned to Merseyside for treatment, and he may now be out for up to four weeks.Legendary Egyptian midfielder Ahmed Hassan criticized the national captain’s choice to return to England, arguing that he had to stay to encourage his teammates.However, Salah argued that Liverpool and Egypt had jointly decided to return to England.He posted on X, the former Twitter site, saying, “Today I started the treatment and rehabilitation program and I will do everything possible to be ready as soon as possible and return to the national team as was agreed upon from the beginning.”

I also love it [Egypt] and its people.’Salah then appeared to criticise his detractors, by suggesting they should ‘try harder’.

Meanwhile, Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbass Issa, launched a blistering attack against those who questioned his client’s commitment to Egypt.

‘The same individuals and “influencers” who get weak in the knees when they happen to bump into Mohamed in person and beg for “follows” or selfies, tried to capitalise on an unfortunate injury and questioned Mohamed’s commitment to his country,’ he posted on X.’They did this looking for fame, clicks and “likes”. I want to thank those who did the honourable thing and pointed out how ridiculous and cheap that was. I took names. In both cases.

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