Mohamed Salah assessments optimistic for Covid-19, Egyptian FA confirms

Mohamed Salah during the Premier League match between Liverpool and West Ham United

Liverpool ahead Mohamed Salah has examined optimistic for Covid-19, the Egyptian FA has confirmed.

The Egyptian FA mentioned on Twitter Salah had returned a optimistic check, though the 28-year-old is just not displaying any signs.

The governing physique added the remainder of the Egypt staff had been damaging for coronavirus, whereas Salah is now self-isolating and can be “topic to extra checks within the coming hours”.

Egypt host Togo on Saturday in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier earlier than taking part in the reverse fixture on Tuesday.

Liverpool are subsequent in motion towards Leicester on November 22 – reside on Sky Sports activities – a match Salah would miss below present UK Authorities pointers regardless of being asymptomatic.

The Authorities web site states: “In case you wouldn’t have signs however have examined optimistic for COVID-19, keep at house and self-isolate for 10 days from the day the check was taken.”

It will additionally make him a doubt for the house Champions League tie towards Atalanta on November 25 given he’s unable to coach together with his membership team-mates.

Joe Gomez


Former Liverpool ahead John Aldridge assesses his membership’s defensive issues after Joe Gomez was badly injured coaching with England

The information comes after Liverpool misplaced defender Joe Gomez to a long-term harm, though the membership are hopeful the England worldwide will return earlier than the tip of the season.

Proper-back Trent Alexander-Arnold is predicted to overlook the Leicester match with a muscle harm, whereas Virgil van Dijk is out for the season after requiring knee surgical procedure following a collision with Jordan Pickford within the Merseyside derby.

Salah can also be the fourth Liverpool first-team participant to check optimistic for coronavirus this season, following Thiago in September after which Sadio Mane and Xherdan Shaqiri in October.

Liverpool’s upcoming fixtures

  • Nov 22: Leicester (H) – PL
  • Nov 25: Atalanta (H) – CL
  • Nov 28: Brighton (A) – PL
  • Dec 1: Ajax (H) – CL
  • Dec 5: Wolves (H) – PL
  • Dec 9: Midtjylland (A) – CL

Liverpool set to be lacking seven first-teamers towards Leicester

Virgil van Dijk chats with Joe Gomez during a Liverpool training session
Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez (proper) will each miss Liverpool’s house conflict with Leicester with long-term knee accidents

Evaluation by Sky Sports activities’ Richard Morgan:

Mohamed Salah’s optimistic check for Covid-19 means the Egypt ahead joins a lengthening listing of gamers set to overlook Liverpool’s top-of-the-table conflict with Leicester Metropolis at Anfield subsequent weekend.

Jurgen Klopp has already misplaced centre-backs Virgin van Dijk and Joe Gomez to long-term knee accidents, whereas the Premier League champions’ defence may even be lacking common right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold attributable to a calf pressure sustained of their final league outing at Manchester Metropolis.

In the meantime, Liverpool is perhaps unable to make use of versatile holding midfielder Fabinho as cowl in defence towards the Foxes, with the Brazil worldwide nonetheless recovering from the hamstring pressure he picked up towards FC Midtjylland on the finish of October.

Trent Alexander-Arnold went down with a suspected calf injury in the 63rd minute of Sunday's draw against Manchester City
Trent Alexander-Arnold picked up a calf harm final day out towards Man Metropolis

All of which implies Klopp can be with out three of his first-choice again 4 when the Premier League returns to motion after the worldwide break, with midfield additionally an issue space for the German.

Summer time signing Thiago Alcantara remains to be affected by the results of the knee harm he sustained towards Everton on October 17, though there may be hope the playmaker could also be match sufficient to function towards Leicester.

Nonetheless, the identical can’t be mentioned of fellow midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who injured his knee in pre-season coaching on the finish of August and remains to be but to renew coaching.

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