Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Mohamed Salah will return to training after returning to a negative test for coronavirus.
Salah signed the Kovid-19 deal with Egypt while on international duty and spent the night in solitude. In fact, he returned two positive tests earlier Later tests also show signs of the virus.
The third Test came on Wednesday, which means he missed the Reds. 3-0 win over Leicester on Sunday in the statement.
However, he later returned his first negative test, which means he can reunite with his peers in training. What’s more, Liverpool will be able to monitor him with more tests this week.
This is a negative I heard today [Sunday]Klopp told reporters after the victory over Fox.
“It simply came to our notice then. Tomorrow we have UEFA testing and I am sure they will be in it.
“He can train with us tomorrow. There are two tests in the next two days so he will be tested. ”
Liverpool saw their best despite missing a fleet of key stars on Sunday. Along with Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson were also significant absentees.
However, attacker Zerdan Shakiri was not included in the match day squad. The Swiss proved Klopp to be a huge asset of late, who explained the surprisingly explained nature of his injury.
Klopp confirmed Shakiri’s shock
“How do I know Shack suffered a minor muscle injury with the national team that he didn’t really experience and then he trained with us?” Manager Said (by Liverpool Echo).
“We gave him a day off so he came back and joined a session, but it wasn’t fully involved, he did a little bit.
“After that he felt a little bit and then we did a scan and they found out that it was injured five or six days ago.
“No one knew about it, and neither did Shak.” Things are like that sometimes.
“That’s why he couldn’t join.”
Nabi Keita was also injured in the 3-0 win, going down 51 minutes later with a hamstring problem.
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