World Cup 2018: Mohamed Salah resumes collective training

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Egypt striker Mohamed Salah (57 caps, 33 goals), has resumed collective training, for the first time since his shoulder injury in the final of the Champions League against Real Madrid.

Three weeks after her injury, the Pharaoh star has just signed back by training with the rest of the group, for the first time since the start of preparation for the World Cup.

Author of a stratospheric season with Liverpool (44 goals), the former player of AS Roma could be present at the first outing of Egypt, this Friday against Uruguay’s Luis Suarez, even if would still be uncertain according to the technical staff of the Pharaohs.

“Realizing the Egyptian dream”
The Premier League scorer spoke to Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, saying he was ready for the first match against Edinson Cavani’s teammates. All this before boarding the plane for Russia.

“I promise you that I will do my best to be ready for the World Cup and to fulfill the Egyptian dream. I feel much better now and I will be ready to play against Uruguay, I will never give up on our dream, I promise to do my best for our people, “Mohamed Salah told the Egyptian president.