Mohamed Salah feeling good ahead of World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah

Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah

The Liverpool forward dislocated his shoulder in the Champions League final on Saturday after a tussle with Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos.

Additionally, Colombia has an additional reason for confidence as they have been placed in what promises to be one of the easiest group in the World Cup along with Japan, Senegal and Poland.

However, he has now been included in the Egypt squad, even though he is currently expected to miss their opening game against Uruguay on June 15.

Cuper explained: 'We are optimistic, and every medical report says he'll make it. "The players responded perfectly to our instructions, but Salah's absence affects any team negatively", Cuper said after Friday's goallesss draw in Bergamo, Italy.

Salah sustained a shoulder injury following the challenge and was later substituted with Adam Lallana replacing him.

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With our national team, we have real quality players; if you look at the team we have in the middle and up front, it's quite scary to be honest.

It is however reported that Salah will not meet up with his team-mates until 9 June as he continues his recovery.

In his latest update on social media on Sunday, Salah posted a tweet of what appeared to be a strength and conditioning session, with the caption: "Good feelings".

He said Salah instigated the tussle between the players which led to the Egyptian forward leaving the game in tears.

The good news is that he is expected to play, but it remains unclear if he'll be able to play in every game, with the first match coming June 15 against Uruguay, before matches with Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia on June 19 and June 25.

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