Blow for Liverpool as Mohamed Salah Faces Extended Absence Due to Hamstring Tear

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is set to endure an extended spell on the sidelines after suffering a hamstring tear while on international duty with Egypt. Initially believed to be a muscle strain, a comprehensive scan revealed the severity of the injury, confirming a “proper tear in his hamstring.”

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is set to endure an extended spell on the sidelines after suffering a hamstring tear while on international duty with Egypt. Initially believed to be a muscle strain, a comprehensive scan revealed the severity of the injury, confirming a “proper tear in his hamstring.”

The 29-year-old, who was substituted during Egypt’s Africa Cup of Nations clash against Ghana, will now return to Liverpool for intensive rehabilitation. The anticipated recovery period is estimated to be three to four weeks, contingent on the progression of the rehabilitation process.

Mohamed Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas, confirmed the extended recovery timeline, shedding light on the detailed scan that uncovered the true extent of the injury. Liverpool’s assistant manager, Pep Lijnders, also acknowledged the severity of Salah’s injury and outlined the club’s rehabilitation plan for the prolific forward.

Salah’s absence will undoubtedly be a significant loss for Liverpool, impacting the team’s attacking dynamics. The club, now faced with the challenge of compensating for the absence of their star forward, will focus on providing comprehensive support for Salah’s recovery and rehabilitation.

As Liverpool navigates the upcoming fixtures without Salah, the footballing community awaits updates on the forward’s progress and hopes for a swift and successful recovery for one of the Premier League’s leading goal-scorers.