Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is set to rejoin first-team action, after missing the Reds’ last two games with a groin injury, according to a report.
Liverpool play high-flying Manchester City this weekend, in a matchup that sees two of the Premier League’s hottest teams face off.
Jurgen Klopp will be over the moon, as the Liverpool Echo are reporting that fan-favourite Mo Salah is fit enough to play in the giagantic fixture.
The Reds are going to need Salah to be at full fitness, as superstar Philippe Coutinho has now left the building, signing for Barcelona on Saturday.
It is reported that Salah travelled with the rest of the squad on their mini-break in Dubai, and is expected to return to training this Wednesday, ahead of Sunday’s fixture.
Salah has had a wonderful start to his Liverpool career, finding the net a staggering 23 times in his 29 appearances in all competitions, as well as being named Africa’s player of the year.
Salah has been integral to Liverpool’s success, so having him back in contention to make the starting lineup is a huge boost.
Liverpool will be hoping to keep their impressive run of results going – they haven’t lost a game since the 22nd of October 2017 when Tottenham beat them 4-1.
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