Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah will reportedly travel with the club's medical staff to Spain on Tuesday for treatment on the shoulder he injured in Saturday's UEFA Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.
El Phara'ena have a tough World Cup group, and will need Salah firing on all cylinders as they take on Russia, Uruguay and Saudi Arabia.
Although the Egyptian FA is confident Salah will be fit for the World Cup in Russian Federation in three week's time, a lawyer has filed a €1 billion (£873m/$1.2bn) lawsuit against Serio Ramos for his cynical actions.
Salah was instrumental to Egypt's qualification, scoring the penalty that sealed their place in the Mundial for the first time since 1990.
Egypt's national team's doctor said he was optimistic that Mohamed Salah could play in the World Cup, after the star striker was hurt in the Champions League final.
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"He didn't play the final, we lost a very important player like probably Egypt lost a very important player". Real Madrid went on to win, 3-1.
Asked what Klopp said at half-time the Holland worldwide added: "He said that it looked like we were devastated about Mo but we had to let it go and change because it could not change".
But maybe the depth of the love for Salah came from the tweet of a young man who had been imprisoned for 26 months in Egypt for simply wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words "a nation without torture".
At one cafe in Cairo, numerous 500 people who gathered to watch the game on a giant screen left when Salah exited the match.
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